By Matt Farr

Celtic legend Chris Sutton has taken another swipe at former Rangers manager Mark Warburton on Twitter.

Warburton was dismissed from his post at Ibrox in early February, and was immediately replaced by Under 20s coach Graeme Murty whilst the club searched for a more long term successor.

But following the 1-1 draw with Celtic in the Old Firm derby on Sunday, Sutton used his personal Twitter account  as a platform to hit out at Warburton by stating that he was shown up by Murty in the job.

Murty salvaged a draw against Celtic at Parkhead during his first Old Firm derby as manager, while Warburton suffered three such defeats this season, conceding eight goals and scoring just twice.

But Sutton also directed criticism at the Scottish club as a whole for their overall displays throughout the campaign, claiming that they only turned up for the first time against Celtic.

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Sutton had earlier slammed Rangers fans on Twitter following the stalemate, suggesting how far the club have fallen if they are celebrating draws.

However, former Rangers boss Warburton could be set to land on his feet, as he is reportedly in talks to become the next manager at Nottingham Forest, returning to the competition where he achieved considerable success with Brentford.

It has been claimed by Nottingham Post journalist Paul Taylor on Twitter that the 54-year-old is set to be appointed at the City Ground within the next 24 hours.

In other Rangers news, former referee Charlie Richmond has delivered his verdict on the controversial penalty incident during Sunday’s derby.

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