Video: This Footage of Mark McGhee Being Sent Off is Absolutely Hilarious

Video: This Footage of Mark McGhee Being Sent Off is Absolutely Hilarious

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee was sent to the stands as his team were hammered at Aberdeen tonight – and his reaction to being given his marching orders was absolutely priceless.

Following the 3-0 home defeat to Hearts in their last Premiership match, McGhee needed his players to show a reaction this evening to get their top-six bid back on track.

But they were pummelled spectacularly at Pittodrie, with a Ryan Christie-inspired Dons crushing Well 7-2 under the floodlights.

Aberdeen were actually 4-0 up at half-time, and it certainly didn’t get better in the second-half, after McGhee saw red and was quickly escorted to the stands by a policeman.

However, when he got there, he struggled to keep his temper in check:

Once upon a time, Mark McGhee was an Aberdeen player and even an Aberdeen manager, but it seems he isn’t as popular as he used to be in the Granite City.

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On this week’s show, Daniel is joined by editor Jonny Boyle as well as’s Kyran Wallace – and they talk through a big fat Rangers edition after Mark Warburton’s surprise exit from the club:

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