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Video: Ally McCoist Can’t Resist Dig at Alan Brazil Over Celtic’s Cluj Defeat

Video: Ally McCoist Can’t Resist Dig at Alan Brazil Over Celtic’s Cluj Defeat

Ally McCoist couldn’t resist a dig at Alan Brazil over Celtic‘s Champions League exit at the hands of Cluj.

The Rangers legend appeared alongside Brazil on talkSPORT’s breakfast show this morning.

And even though Celtic’s 4-3 loss at Celtic Park happened on Tuesday night, there was still space for a joke from McCoist this morning.

Brazil wanted McCoist to get something off his chest and, when he got it, it was Cluj related:

We’re not surprised McCoist is enjoying the result.

His former Rangers side play in Europe tonight when they take on FC Midtjylland in their Europa League third round qualifying tie.

Rangers won 4-2 out in Denmark last week to take control of the tie and will be confident of seeing out the result at Ibrox and moving into the final qualifying round before the group stages.

Celtic will drop into the Europa League at that qualifying round and have to beat either AIK or Sheriff Tiraspol to advance to the groups.

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