CRAIG LEVEIN has told the media that he would appeal any action taken against his player Steven Naismith after he stamped on Scott Brown and could have broken James Forrest’s leg.
The hurting Hearts boss who has had a calamitous season in charge of the Tynecastle club is looking to lash out at anyone for his shortcomings – hoping he can deflect from his own failing.
The sheer absurdity of defending the cowardly challenges after the fact is quite embarrassing.
Levein asked if he would appeal any SFA charge brought against Naismith for tackle on Brown.
“So you don’t think it was a bad tackle?”
Souttar highly unlikely to play against Hibs. Lafferty doubtful. (Both injured)
— Paul Barnes (@STVPaul) May 8, 2018
Levein has continually shot his mouth this season at opposition managers to the detriment of his team who have toiled.
They have been embarrassed by their Edinburgh rivals and their only claim to fame is beating Celtic once this term.