Kris Boyd just can’t keep his big mouth shut.
If it isn’t wide open to stuff in copious amounts of pies and Monster Much, it is to spew absolute venom and distain about everything Celtic.
Writing in the Scottish Sun today, Boyd refused to mention or call out his own club over sending the SFA a seven point letter about referee Kevin Clancy’s performance in their match against Aberdeen at Pittodrie, which they made public to humiliate the ref and add further pressure to himself and other referee’s who officiate their matches.
Boyd wrote: “Refs have always been under enormous pressure in Scotland and it doesn’t help when you have high-profile figures making their life even more difficult.”
“Celtic chairman Ian Bankier played to the crowd when lambasting officials at the recent AGM.”
“Having been a big noise in the whisky industry I’m sure Bankier would have had ‘deep concerns’ if his firms were operating without the best of equipment.”
“VAR should be a vital ingredient in Scottish football just like malted barley in a single malt.”
The only person ‘playing to the crowd’ is you Boyd. Hence the reason you only mention Celtic in your article, to appease the Sevco Orcs.