CELTIC goalkeeper Scott Bain has opened up about his time at Dundee that led to him going from Dundee to Hibs then to Celtic in a crazy January window.
Bain signed a four-year deal with Celtic last month with his Dundee contract at an end – severing all ties with his former club.
It’s well documented that Bain and Dundee boss Neil McCann did not see eye to eye but Bain sets the record straight over what happened towards the end of his time at Dens Park.
“Some people seem to think I have bad feelings or resentment about my time at Dundee but that’s not the case at all.
“The end wasn’t the best of times but I wasn’t miserable. I liked the players, the fans and the club itself.
“But because of a personality clash with one man(Neil McCann), I wasn’t getting to play football. That was the issue.
“That had to change but it wasn’t like I was desperate to get out the door.”
Bain has had a surreal four or five months. Exiled at Dundee to moving to Celtic and playing his part in a memorable Glasgow Derby win.
He has now also been capped for his country at senior level and has aspirations of taking over as Celtic number one.
As bust-ups go, I bet Bain is glad he and McCann didn’t get on.