Radio star Alan Brazil has sent former Rangers boss Ally McCoist a hilarious message declaring that “it’s nine in-a-row” and that Celtic will be “going for ten” next season.
The pair have a good working relationship and often spend their mornings together on Brazil’s Sports Breakfast on talkSPORT.
But, after Neil Lennon’s men went ten clear at the summit of the Premiership last night, it seems like the Celtic supporting jock has had a hard time locating his old pal.
“Beware, beware. Where is he? Where is McCoist?” Brazil is filmed saying in a hilarious Twitter post.
“Is he out on the boat? Is he at the bar? Or is his heid in the sand after Rugby Park?
Can you please RT this message from Alan Brazil to Ally McCoist to make sure Super Ally sees it… 👀
*Apologies for the audio, which is almost as bad as Rangers’ title bid 🏆 pic.twitter.com/kgS688LXlu
— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) February 13, 2020
“Oh no. His buddy Morelos has done it again. Conning the referee.
“It’s all over. It’s nine in-a-row Ally. We’re going for ten next year.
“Where are you pal?”
Alongside the tremendous bit of baiting, the social media post asked for fans to retweet the message so that “Super Ally sees it”.
Brazil also wrote: “Apologies for the audio, which is almost as bad as Rangers’ title bid”.
And it appears that the call for some sharing hasn’t gone unnoticed by one former Celtic favourite – John Hartson – who retweeted the post within its first 20 minutes.
It’s about time we gave some stick back
All of this mocking is just wonderful when you’re on the right side of it. We had to put up with weeks of abuse from our rivals after they won the derby clash at the end of December.
We just had to sit and take our medicine, as did the players in Dubai.
But we knew they had won nothing, despite Steven Gerrard’s Celtic Park celebrations suggesting otherwise.
We knew that we just had to get back to doing what we do well, and they would soon falter.
Evidently, that has become the case. And now we can have a good old laugh at our rivals, just like Brazil and Hartson are doing this morning.