GRAEME SHINNIE has launched an astonishing attack on the Celtic captain for giving Lewis Ferguson some verbal after the player tried his best to hurt Scott Brown in the latter stages of the game.
The young Aberdeen player showed his frustration and naivety as he looked like he was out there to hurt someone rather than play football.
Both Lustig and Brown were on the end of some rough challenges but due to the pair’s experience they can just laugh off wee boys like Ferguson trying to make their mark but that’s not on according to Graeme Shinnie who continues his war of words with Scott Brown and said the player and the whole Celtic side lacks class.
Speaking about Brown and Lewis Ferguson incident, Shinnie seemed rattled and upset at another final loss to the Champions
“It just frustrated me when some of their players are celebrating in front of a young 19-year-old kid who is just trying to do well. You can have a wee bit more class than that.” he told BT Sports.
“There’s ways to go about being a captain. You can have a bit of class about you – they don’t and it frustrated me. But we have to deal with it. They were 1-0 up and they had the ascendancy and it gave them the chance to do it. I’m big enough and man enough to take it.”
Scott Brown came on in the second half of Celtic’s win over Aberdeen. The game wasn’t a classic as Aberdeen came with no intention of trying to play football against Celtic.
The Dons tried to be rough, compact and snatch a winner from somewhere – their gameplan unravelled when a route one ball from Dedryck Boyata picked out Ryan Christie who had two bits at the cherry to get the ball in the back of the net.
The goal was class! Wouldn’t you agree Graeme?