Celtic captain Scott Brown has stormed out of a press conference after the possibility of Rangers winning the title at Parkhead was raised.
The Gers are on the brink of their first title in a decade and could wrap it up at the home of their bitter rivals on March 21, depending on results in the next few weeks.
While Brown was happy to pick over the bones of the shambolic season at Parkhead that has seen them lurch from one hilarious crisis to another, the idea of Rangers winning the title in Glasgow’s East End was too much for Brown to consider.
As reported by Sky Sports, when the interview turned to the subject of the Light Blues repeating the scenes of May 1999, Brown promptly stopped the interview.
After nine years of gloating over every triumph as Rangers made their way back up the leagues, seeing Brown go into a huff because he can’t be a flat-track bully anymore is particularly enjoyable.
Watching the Celtic captain storm around with all the grace of a reversing dump truck without any tyres on over the last few months has been great fun and it’s clear he’s taking 55 well.
At this rate, Brown will probably be phoning Clyde SuperScoreBoard before the week is out.