Rangers star Joe Worrall aimed a foul-mouthed blast at Celtic after his club’s awards ceremony in Glasgow on Sunday night.
The defender, who is on a season-long loan from Nottingham Forest, was filmed saying “f*** Celtic” while sticking up his middle finger as he travelled in a car with a female companion who could be heard saying “no surrender”.
Worrall could now face himself in hot water with the football authorities after the video was uploaded on to Twitter.
Football Insider verdict:
Silly boy. There is nothing malicious in what Worrall says, but the X-rated nature of his comments means they are likely to attract the interest of the SFA. Ex-Celtic loan star John Guidetti was charged after singing the lyrics to a song which referenced Gers’ financial crisis, and Worrall could now face a notice of complaint before he returns down south in the summer. It’s unlikely the Englishman will lose too much sleep over it, as his comment is daft rather than unpleasant. He may regret his somewhat dishevelled appearance, however. The 22-year-old looks seriously the worst for wear, and is unlikely to thank the person in the other end of the taxi who thought it would be a clever idea to upload the footage on to social media. Maybe Worrall should smarten up, or make sure he associates with people who are more savvy with what they do and don’t upload on to open platforms.