joyful Ally McCoist admits he has no clue how his dance performance was shown across England after Rangers secured a spot in the Europa League Final.
The Ibrox symbol went viral as he jumped up and down with players on the pitch, who spotted him on expert duty following a 3-1 win over RB Leipzig.
McCoist’s epic reaction was ended by Rangers supporters as they secured their first European final since 2008 – a team whose expert is the assistant director.
And the giggling Ibrox hero was in a good mood the days after the win for the ages as he played alongside radio curator Laura Woods on the achievement Gio van Bronckhorst mastermind.
Speaking on talkSPORT, he said: “Rangers (in Europa League Final)?
“You’re making it up, are you serious?
“I would say it’s almost impossible nowadays, given the financial disparity between the top clubs.
“That would be too big of an achievement to happen.”
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But Woods was quick to pick up the pace with the post-match dance that got bettors up and down to talk.
And McCoist insists he received a pardon from his son for his epic response to salute the team he loves.
He added, “It’s time to take a break, isn’t it?
“I wanted to give everyone an explanation for that, this can only be described as a moment of madness,
“Honestly, I think the cameras on the pitch look at the crowd, the players are dancing around and you can hear the voices of the professionals in the background.
“Wow, that’s not it, when Darrell asks me a question, I think we’ve answered the question for a few minutes and I can’t be bothered to answer it anymore, I’ll jump.
“I didn’t know that the actual camera was on the pros rather than the members playing on the field.
“I received an amazing text, from my oldest son, my oldest son enjoying that special result that evening, at 12:30.
“All it says on the text is ‘I’ll let you see dad off, for the occasion’.
“There was a blatant refusal at the time to do one’s job properly, nothing to deny.”