Have some of that
Footballers who love winding rivals up, including Celtic’s Scott Brown and Rangers and Manchester United fan Gary Neville and Liverpool
Brown revelled in his team's 1-0 defeat of their Glasgow rivals, which saw Steven Gerrard lose his first game as manager
Scott Brown said Celtic’s 1-0 win against Rangers showed their Glasgow rivals who is in charge.
The captain seemed to enjoy celebrating the win that ended Steven Gerrard‘s unbeaten start to life at Ibrox.
“From start to finish, we dictated. They came to Celtic Park, and we showed them who’s boss,” he said.
As the players, led by Brown, completed a lap of honour they were still dancing in front of the away fans who were forced to remain behind. It did not go down well.
Not that he’ll care and here, talkSPORT.com looks at other examples of players who simply love winding rivals up or just reserve special hatred for them.
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