Clubs change, players change and times change, but bitter rivalries never die. This undisputed claim was proven yet again by former manager Graeme Souness.
Souness was giving a TV interview to a Sky Sports journalist for his thoughts before Scotland’s 2-2 draw with England at Hampden Park today.
It was all going well until the former midfielder jokingly requested for the questions to be asked anywhere but the Celtic end of the stadium, to which the interviewer responded by wrapping up the session altogether.
“Can we move, because I must be the first Rangers manager that’s been in the Celtic end? Can we go?” laughed Souness, whose status as a club legend was cemented after he led Rangers to three league titles which initiated the historic Nine In A Row era.
As if Rangers fans needed another reason to love their former manager, here’s the video of Souness objecting to doing his interview in the Celtic end of Hampden –
Souness objecting to doing his interview in the Celtic end of Hampden 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/TbEb0sOglj
— Euan Macfarlane (@EuanMacfarlane_) June 10, 2017