Allan McGregor has Kris Boyd and Ally McCoist in stitches in must-see Rangers post-match interview
Allan McGregor had Sky Sports pundit Kris Boyd and Ally McCoist in stitches during his post-match interview after Rangers lifted the league title.
The goalkeeper was asked about his longevity between the sticks and a comment about watching his drinking provoked laughter from the pundits.
McGregor could not pinpoint the reason for his brilliant form, which saw him named SPFL player of the year.
👏"The length of time it has taken to bring it back. Fans all over the world will be celebrating – just like I will!"
A hillarious interview as Allan McGregor joins Ally McCoist, Kris Boyd & Eilidh Barbour to reflect on winning another top-flight title in Scotland🏆 pic.twitter.com/FShps0Nudy
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) May 15, 2021
During the interview with Sky Sports, Boyd asked, “Allan how do you continue to perform at the level you do, 39-years-old and you’re still pulling off the saves you do?”
Boyd and McCoist found McGregor’s response hilarious. He said, “I don’t know.
“I have no idea Boydy, just repetition just doing the same things every day, watching what I’m drinking and eating.”
Between fits of laughter McCoist responded, “The interview was going so well up to that point.”
And finally Boyd added, “Bad company up here talking about eating and drinking.”
McGregor also spoke about not being able to take in the season due to his drive to win, which took up all of his focus.
But since the veteran shot-stopper is nearing retirement, he will soon get a chance to reflect on a wonderful career and a brilliant season, whether that is in a year’s time or later.
He has been incredible this term and a worthy winner of the player of the year accolade.
It is great to see him laughing with old pals after finally getting his hands on the trophy too, and caps off a memorable period to be a Rangers supporter.
We of course hope there is more to come but it will be difficult to top what has been achieved this campaign.
But before that, McGregor and the boys need to make the most of their achievements now they can finally celebrate.
In other Rangers news, two BBC pundits were wowed by what ‘magnificent’ Rangers ace did in 2nd half v Aberdeen.