Charlie Adam is never slow to give his opinion with BBC Scotland particularly keen to broadcast and share his views.
Alongside Neil McCann, Richard Forster, Billy Dodds, Steven Thompson and Chris Burke the views of the Dundee skipper are eagerly sought by the state broadcaster.
As Dundee battle against relegation and Adam struggles to get beyond the 60 minute mark he seems to have developed an obsession with Celtic, last week he even suggested how the Green Brigade should protest against the rumoured appointment of Bernard Higgins.
While dispersing his views it seems that Adam has a few issues of his own to deal with. A Police Scotland spokeswoman told the Daily Record:
Shortly after 4.25 am on Monday, 13 December 2021 a 36-year-old man was arrested and charged for a road traffic offence in Dundee Road West, Dundee. A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
Fortunately it seems that no other vehicle was involved in the incident on the road to Broughty Ferry.
On Saturday Adam was substituted after 13 minutes away to Ross County, from the bench he watched his side lose 3-2 with the Highlanders moving to just two points behind James McPake’s side.
On Tuesday night Dundee face Hibs at Easter Road. Why their captain was involved in a road traffic offence less than 48 hours before that match only he will be able to explain, but probably not to listeners to Radio Scotland.
Dundee captain Charlie Adam has been arrested and charged on the suspicion of drink-driving.
The former Liverpool, Rangers & Scotland midfielder is alleged to have hit a tree in the early hours of Monday morning.
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) December 14, 2021
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— Tam sellic son (@TamsellicsonIII) December 13, 2021