Former Old Firm bosses Neil Lennon and Ally McCoist shared a warm embrace this afternoon ahead of a charity golf day – and not just because the sun was shining.
The pair were pictured hugging and laughing as they prepare for the annual event.
The ex-Celtic and Rangers managers were both in attendance as a star-studded cast teed off in aid of the John Hartson Foundation at Marr Hall, Glasgow.
And there’s no denying they’ve come a long way from their infamous touchline bust-up at Celtic Park back in 2011 after the Hoops knocked their fiercest rivals out of the Scottish Cup.
What was said that night exactly remains a secret between the two gentlemen.
But we much prefer this side to them.
Also invited to the event were Gers legend Walter Smith, Hibs manager Alan Stubbs and former Celts stars Frank McAvennie and Bobby Petta.
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One of Scotland’s favourite athletes was also preparing to play golf for the first time at the event.
Wrestling and TV star Grado seemed delighted just to be asked along.
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