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Amy Macdonald Accuses Tommy Wright of ‘Casual Misogyny’

Amy Macdonald Accuses Tommy Wright of ‘Casual Misogyny’

Amy Macdonald has accused Tommy Wright of ‘casual misogyny’ after his response to her criticisms of his handling of a spat with Richard Foster.

The Scottish pop star is married to former St Johnstone defender Foster, who exited the McDiarmid Park club last month after an argument with Wright.

Foster is now at Ross County, while St Johnstone moved on to sign Anthony Ralston on loan from Celtic to fill the space at right back.

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But it appears Macdonald still holds a grudge over how Foster left the Perth club.

She went on BBC’s Off The Ball radio show at the weekend and accused Wright of being ‘hot headed’ among other things, per The Scottish Sun.

The Saints boss responded by saying he wouldn’t lose any sleep over Macdonald’s comments.

But that doesn’t appear to be the end of it, with the singer taking to Twitter to accuse Wright of ‘casual misogyny’ with his comments:

This is a public spat we never thought we’d see.

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