Clevid Dikamona tweeted at the SPFL about a tackle he was on the receiving end of against St Mirren yesterday – leading to John McGinn calling him a grass.
The Hearts defender played 76 minutes of yesterday’s game with the Buddies at Tynecastle.
And part of the reason he didn’t get the full 90 was possibly because he felt the effects of the strong tackle from St Mirren’s Greg Tansey.
Dikamona got up and was able to play thirty more minutes in the game, while Tansey went into the book.
But the Jambo wasn’t happy about the tackle – and took to Twitter to share his opinion on it.
He actually tweeted at the SPFL too, perhaps hoping they’d dish out punishment on it:
Dikamona has since deleted that ‘@spfl’ tweet, but not before former Hibs man McGinn had a little dig at him:
Over to Dikamona:
Only in Scottish football could we get an exchange like this on social media.