NEIL McCann was on BBC Sportsound earlier this week when he was asked about the bust-up with Tommy Wright after a Dundee vs St Johnstone game during McCann’s ill-fated time as Dees Boss.
Even with the balance of hindsight and supposedly being an adult, McCann still took the position he was right to get into an altercation with a St Johnstone player and Wright on the touchline.
'I'm a passionate man. When a 6ft 5 goalkeeper grabs you behind the neck I'm not going to just walk away'
Former @DundeeFC manager Neil McCann earlier in candid interview
— BBC Sportsound (@BBCSportsound) December 17, 2018
It all boiled down to one thing for the former Ibrox man; He doesn’t think ANYONE should put their hands on another player/manager on a football pitch.
Is that right, Neil?
Neil McCann today "I don't think anybody should put their hands on you on a football pitch……." 🙄 pic.twitter.com/KecPVyPW6W
— Slimshady (@Slimshady1961) December 18, 2018
This would be McCann, on a football field, putting his hands on an opponent.
Stunning hypocrisy is nothing new for the Sky Sports pundit who has been slithering back into the studio after not being good enough for management.
He even had the brass neck to criticise the Dundee team Jim McIntrye put out for Dundee against The Rangers beforehand, only for the side to get a point off the Ibrox side.
Comforting to know, he’ll probably bet part of the Sky Exclusive set up going forward.