By Doug Ward

7th May, 2021 | 3:05pm

Radio Clyde presenter hits out at Celtic fan over 'Bizarre lie'

Radio Clyde presenter Gordon Duncan has accused a Celtic fan of lying after he attempted to call up the radio station to moan about Rangers.

Ibrox quartet Allan McGregor, Connor Goldson, Steven Davis and James Tavernier are the only contenders for the SFWA player of the year award.

One Celtic fan has decided to moan about that happening, claiming that the Bhoys didn’t get four players nominated once in their unbeaten season.

The Celtic fan claims that when he phoned Radio Clyde to complain that he was told by the producers he “should be more worried about why Celtic haven’t got a manager yet”.

Clyde Super Scoreboard presenter Duncan then responded to the Celtic fan, saying that the radio station logs all calls made to them.

“If only we had a call log which would show this up to be a very bizarre lie,” said Gordon as he defended his colleagues on Twitter.


If the Celtic fan in question is lying then we would still love to hear about what he has to say.

Why does he have an issue with Rangers having four players up for the award? Can he think of anyone else who could challenge McGregor, Goldson, Davis or Tavernier?

If anything, the only issue we have is that you could make massive cases for Ryan Kent and Glen Kamara too, with them two being unlucky to miss out on the shortlist.

After them, who else do you have? Is Shane Duffy a contender? What about Broonie? He wore short sleeves in the snow so he should be in the running, surely?

None of Celtic’s players should be in the running, some of the Hibs players have done well while St Johnstone have perhaps been the next most impressive team this term.

But have any of their players done better than the six Gers we’ve mentioned? Absolutely not.

We love that Duncan has called out this Celtic fan.

It just shows how far some of them will go to spout nonsense about the Premiership champions.

In other Rangers news, this Gers loanee faces potential humiliation tomorrow.