Raging tim and resident Dundee Rangers-hater James McPake has hilariously defended the vile Leigh Griffiths by claiming it was all the home side’s fault that Griffiths gestured at the UBs, started a fight, and tried to end Calvin Bassey’s career.
Indeed, McPake, a youth product from Parkhead subsidiaries, of course, has outright accused Rangers players of trying to start a riot, rather forgetting the absolute nonsense the poisoned dwarf has pulled off not just yesterday but in his career.
We at Ibrox Noise used to be supportive of his supposed mental health issues, as we would anyone afflicted with such grief in life, but the reality is his behaviour is that of an ugly personality as much as any mental illness.
His conduct on and off the pitch is a literal disgrace, and for his manager to not only back him but condemn Rangers is just, to quote Tom Miller, ‘an embarrassment’.
Griffiths’ behaviour from the sidelines to coming on was all designed deliberately to unsettled Rangers and our fans, and in itself we can’t blame any side for wanting to upset the home team.
But his actions were of a man out of control, desperate to cause literal trouble, and his manager has dignified such behaviour by blaming Rangers.
For what, we don’t quite know, but we guess an SFA fine is on its way, right?