KRIS BOYD is being called out on Twitter for being a coward after he refused to address a half time talking point with the Sky Sports panel.
The rotund Kilmarnock striker is brought in (God knows why) by Sky Sports to give his opinion and take on the game as it unfolds.
Dolly Menga was seen to try and headbutt Celtic player Ryan Christie during the first half. Had the referee seen it, there could have been a red card shown for the act of aggression. However, the referee didn’t see it and Menga played the rest of the game before being substituted late on.
When Sky Sports went back to the studio after the game, the headbutt was raised by presenter Hayley McQueen who asked Boyd outright if he thought it was a red.
He refused to give an opinion and passed it over to Kris Commons to answer.
This did not go unnoticed.
Kris Boyd, who is employed by Sky TV as a match analyst, says he’s not getting involved in the debate over head-butt.
— Bobby Washable (@Bobby_Washable) November 11, 2018
What a cowardly snake Kris Boyd is as a pundit. He’s been asked directly “is it a red card?” And replies “I’m not getting involved with the red card”. Eh you’re being paid to give an opinion. Last time I checked, a head butt is violent conduct. @ScotlandSky
— JC (@Hitthebyline) November 11, 2018
Kris Boyd doesn't want to comment on the Christie head butt…why is he fuckin on the panel then? It's the flash point of the game and he's shat it to comment. Away shag a bag a monster munch ya fat dick
— Fitzy 🍀 (@Fitzy_07) November 11, 2018