ALLY McCoist has admitted he can’t even look at Celtic Park when he needs to drive past the 60,000 capacity stadium in his day to day life.
Speaking to TalkSport Breakfast the former Ibrox manager said:
“I’ve got to tell the truth. See when I’m on that new stretch of the motorway that takes you to Glasgow – I look the other way.
“See when Celtic Park is on my left and I’m heading up to see my mum in East Kilbride, I can’t even look left.”
McCoist maybe disguising it as a joke but we have no doubt that’s exactly what he does when faced with looking at the home of the soon to be eight-in-a-row champions.
"When I'm on that new stretch of motorway that takes you the other side of Glasgow, I look the other way."
"If Celtic Park is on my left, I can't even look at it. I look to the right hand side!"
Ally McCoist on a particularly difficult bit of motorway in Glasgow! pic.twitter.com/rhgW8axTzw
— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) March 25, 2019
Celtic Park sits in the East End of Glasgow and can be seen from the Kingston Bridge and also on the new stretch of motorway. It’s quite a sight for Celtic fans who get to lay eyes on the stadium going about their lives and catch a glimpse of it as they approach on matchday.
The outside of the stadium has undergone serious renovation over the past ten years and it is quite a sight. It’s only natural for Ally to be jealous of it and want to look away.