Scott Brown’s actions at Pittodrie on Teuesday night were really embarrassing according to Ally McCoist.
The former Question of Sport skipper was known for playing the game with a smile on his face, always ready with a laugh or joke to live up to his cheeky chappie image.
Brown haunted McCoist and others at Ibrox for more than a decade as he lead Celtic to the greatest period of success that the Scottish game has ever known. As a manager from 2011 to 2014 McCoist won hee-haw before opting for a short career in the garden.
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On Wednesday morning the TalkSPORT co-host was hurting too much to discuss the draw at Pittodrie but this morning he managed to find someone to deflect attention away from the failings of the Ibrox squad and new boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
Listening in, The Sun reports McCoist saying:
It was that obvious the two of them were doing the Gay Gordons, skipping off that park, the referee and Broony. It was absolutely embarrassing, it really was. Ryan Kent got sent off for two bookings and neither of them were bookings, there you are.
Tuesday’s 1-1 draw was the first time in nine domestic matches that the Ibrox side has dropped points, the blame game that has followed has been spectacular.