"He has had verbal diarrhoea this week" - Chris Sutton held nothing back on subject of Rangers boss
Chris Sutton doesn't need to be asked twice to take a pop at anyone associated with Rangers.
If you give the former Celtic forward a sniff of a reason to criticise the Gers, he will seize it with both hands.
Since hanging up his boots, Sutton has made a happy habit out of ridiculing his former employer's Old Firm rivals on a regular basis.
In fact, Sutton has almost made it his life's work to do so.
So close but yet so very far https://t.co/hgs3Q1U0LZ
— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) April 20, 2017
When he's celebrating the Hoops' trophies, he mentions Rangers. When Celtic are drawn against their Glasgow foes in cup competitions, it makes Sutton's day. The former forward even loves it when others get in on the act of Rangers bashing.
So when Rangers' current manager Pedro Caixinha got himself embroiled in a public spat with Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes last week, Sutton couldn't wait to get involved.
Former teammate Neil Lennon had already dived headfirst into the argument but Sutton had some gold reserved when asked for his take while on punditry duty for BT Sport.
Who would have thought that Lennon had anything bad to say about Rangers https://t.co/9los5xuHIB
— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) May 17, 2017
Having listened to Caixinha claim that Aberdeen's "cycle" would be coming to an end soon, Sutton held nothing back as he slammed the man in the Ibrox hot seat.
"Rangers are doomed under Pedro," Sutton said.
😴 No style
👀 Better with Warburton
😮 Loose cannon
Chris Sutton says "Rangers will be doomed under Pedro Caixinha!" pic.twitter.com/8znwadeGaA
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 19, 2017
"Pedro has had verbal diarrhoea this week.
"Are they better off under him?"
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