By Mike Slater

24th Apr, 2021 | 6:30am

Chris Sutton & Darrell Currie caught in heated live-on-air Rangers debate

Ally McCoist was left in laughter on Friday evening as Darrell Currie and Chris Sutton were caught up in a heated Rangers debate.

The former Celtic man couldn’t help himself by throwing a jab and the Bears and comparing them to Brendan Rodgers’ tenure at Parkhead.

Steven Gerrard is closing in on a potential domestic double at Ibrox and has only three more games to finish the Scottish Premiership season unbeaten.

Speaking on BT Sports‘ Scottish Football Extra, Sutton was doing his best to try and find a negative when commenting on the invincible possibility.

“Either way it’s not the pure invincibles because they haven’t won the League Cup,” he said. “So it doesn’t matter.

“It’s not to Brendan Rodgers level, is it? It’s not the invincibles, I don’t know why we keep using the word ‘invincibles’.

Currie responded to that claim, and fired back at Sutton, insisting that it was him who first brought up the claim live on air.

“You did! No one else said it, you just said it. We said undefeated.”

Sutton went to his usual childish antics to respond once again: “Oh you’re a bit touchy there, Darrell.”

Brilliant.

While all of this was happening, McCoist was simply sat there eating popcorn and chuckling as the duo were infatuated with the Bears.

It is crazy how many excuses and answers the Celtic half of Glasgow have as the Gers continue to dominate, they simply can’t praise us for longer than five minutes.

There was never a single point of the season where Rangers haven’t looked like slipping up, and they proved that by keeping their nerve in the last Old Firm clash.

It may not be as many trophies as the Rodgers era, or whatever Sutton wants to say, but that isn’t a reason not to laud this incredible effort from the boys.

The Bears are back, and they simply can’t accept that.

In other Rangers news, ‘Jury is out’ – Pundit savages one rusty Bears ace after big incident in the 1-1 draw against St Johnstone