Ally McCoist has disclosed that he won’t be present at the Rangers versus Celtic match.

Rangers legend Ally McCoist has stated that he won’t be present at Ibrox for Sunday’s significant match against Celtic, downplaying the backlash he faced for his remarks regarding Scotland’s new hate crime laws.

Previously, McCoist faced heavy criticism for labeling the laws as “madness” and “crazy,” suggesting that a large number of fans, including himself, could inadvertently violate them during the derby fixture.

However, McCoist has addressed the fallout from his comments, minimizing the reaction and disclosing his absence from the stadium on Sunday.

When talkSPORT’s Alan Brazil mentioned the widespread attention to McCoist’s remarks, McCoist briefly acknowledged it, expressing that he seemed to have upset some people.

Asked about his attendance at the crucial title-deciding match, McCoist clarified that he wouldn’t be there, opting instead to spend time away with his children for a few days.

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