DEREK MCINNES was sent to the stands on Sunday afternoon as his team of thugs failed to live with Celtic for the entire 90 minutes. The Dons boss set his side up to be brutal and get in the faces of Celtic players but his game plan was in pieces very quickly.
Frustration grew when Dominic ball was RIGHTFULLY sent off for a late challenge on Ryan Christie which has seen the player suffer a suspected fractured cheekbone and shortly after James Forrest’s stunning strike sent Celtic on their way.
Celtic got a penalty in the second half and again it was the correct decision, Odsonne Edouard slotting it home for the bhoys and making it 2-0 on the day. The pressure was building on McInness big time. He then watches Lewis Ferguson jump in with both feet to try and seriously hurt Tom Rogic, only to miss the mark and be sent off.
Shortly after this, the Aberdeen manager stated it was only under ‘Sectarian abuse’ which made him do this…
McIness hatred for all things Celtic is clear for all to see. This gesture to Celtic fans and his team tactics to assault Celtic players at every opportunity are just some of the proof. pic.twitter.com/xVA2Ola7Qo
— Michael McCahill (@MickMcCahill) April 15, 2019
Funny, he’s heard his own fans sing that song several times this season and not even mentioned it once. Strange.
It’s almost as if his dislike for Celtic boiled over after being thoroughly horsed.