Rangers legend Kris Boyd has not been banned by Dundee
Rangers legend Kris Boyd has not been banned from Dundee, according to a report from the Scottish Sun.
They report that the former Gers striker was at Dens Park on Saturday and watched Rangers win 1-0. They have included an image taken from Sky Sports’ Soccer Saturday to show that Boyd was present.
There had been claims that Dundee had banned Boyd for his comments on Leigh Griffiths, but that is not the case, and he simply didn’t take part in the pre or post-match interviews [Daily Record].
It had seemed very odd to hear that the Dark Blues had banned Boyd for his comments on Griffiths, but it now appears as if that isn’t the case.
Well, in fact, there is clear evidence that he was there, and we can now put this myth in the bin.
Given that the Gers have blocked a couple of pundits from attending Ibrox, it would have been typical if they then had a former player blocked from entering an SPFL ground.
However, that hasn’t turned out to be the case, and Boyd appears to be free to enter Dens Park from now on, which is good to see.
The comments about Griffiths weren’t even that bad, really, and it would have been ridiculous if he had been banned for what he said.
So, it is nice to see that common sense has won the day here.
In other Rangers news, the club have been warned by a businessman looking to buy an SPFL club.