Artur Boruc is reportedly in a bit of trouble with his employers Bournemouth after he travelled to Glasgow on Thursday.
The former Celtic keeper was in the away end at Ibrox, supporting his former side Legia Warsaw as they lost to Rangers. The 39-year-old was seen among the vast Polish support holding a megaphone.
Artur Boruc back at Ibrox. pic.twitter.com/iYIbyLgp7F
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But now he could be about to feel the wrath of Eddie Howe. The Cherries boss is reportedly unhappy with the Pole after his unsanctioned visit across the border.
talkSPORT host Jim White broke the news on the radio station (10am, 30th August).
“He didn’t have permission to travel and Eddie Howe is not at all happy with Artur,” said White.
“He was meant to sit on the bench tomorrow but that will now not happen.
“Artur Boruc is in deep water and he might have some explaining to do.”
Boruc may not even regret Glasgow visit
The goalkeeper never really was the quiet type. Perhaps that is what made him such a good shot-stopper in his day.
Bournemouth obviously feel he has overstepped the mark by attending the game at Ibrox, but you can’t help but feel that he’s done little wrong. The goalie didn’t miss training or any other off the field activities for his club side.
Howe is probably more concerned about the fact that he was photographed in the away end at a match in another country.
Boruc may have felt he had little to lose anyway. He’s not played a minute of football since April and has been consigned to the bench at the start of this season. At 39, his career is definitely reaching its latter stages.