Chris Sutton aims fresh dig at Warburton after comment made when in charge of Rangers
By Harvey Byrne
Outspoken pundit Chris Sutton has aimed a fresh dig at Mark Warburton, remarking about the comment he made about the “randomness” of football when in charge of Rangers.
The former Celtic man turned BT Sport pundit has been highly critical of the current Nottingham Forest boss, especially when he was in charge of the Ibrox giants.
The ex-Premier League forward has previously blasted Warburton for his treatment towards Joey Barton, while also slamming him for not putting his words into actions.
Now, with Warburton no longer in Scotland, Sutton is still aiming digs at him and on his personal Twitter account on Friday he stated that he heard Celtic would announce that if they lost 10 games this season then the league would be closer due to the randomness of it.
Im hearing Celtic are announcing if they lost another 10 games the league would be close due to the randomness of football…. https://t.co/AmzuBcploI
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) April 7, 2017
The dig specifically comes in Sutton’s use of the word “randomness” which follows on from when Warburton used the same word on multiple occasions to describe his side’s 1-1 draw at home against Ross County in February.
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There is clearly no love lost between either Sutton or Warburton and while Rangers fans may have previously been offended by the pundit’s view on one of their own men, they may now join in themselves.
In other Rangers news, David Bates has revealed what disappointed him on his Gers debut.