By Amir Mir
Chris Sutton and Kris Boyd were involved in frosty exchanges when talking about the possibility of David Murray returning to Rangers.
It has been a season to forget for the blue half of Glasgow, who have seen their Old Firm rivals race to the Scottish Premiership title in record fashion.
Speaking on BT Sports, former Celtic man Sutton questioned Boyd about his comments on Murray as the duo exchanged these words.
“Where is this David Murray, who wrote that column,” Sutton asked Kris Boyd.
“Did you read it,” Boyd asked Sutton several times to which he responded, “What was your point there, Kris?”
“My point is if you look at what he did for Rangers, he’s enthusiastic about what they do and I’m sure he is hurting with what is going on. People of that ilk, with what went on will want to come back and prove a point,” said Boyd.
Sutton then asked the former Rangers man whether he knows something regarding Murray to which he replied: “I don’t know anything”.
“It wasn’t worth reading then,” said Sutton. “It was because you read it,” Boyd replied.
Following their promotion in the summer, Mark Warburton was in the Ibrox dugout before he left in February.
The Englishmen moved back to the Championship joining Nottingham Forest, with the Gers appointing Pedro Caixinha as their manager.
He has had a tough time since joining the club, losing a number of big matches, including twice to Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers team inflicted a 5-1 defeat on their rivals last Saturday, with Caixinha coming under criticism for his tactics.
Nonetheless, his team were in action against Partick Thistle on Sunday afternoon away from home, with the Gers winning that match 2-1.
Joe Garner scored a stoppage time winner after Barry McKay had levelled the scores seven minutes from time as the Glasgow club recorded three valuable points.