David Cummings seems to have mocked Celtic boss Rodgers for his comments about Rangers celebrating the Scottish Cup semi-final draw.
As report by The Daily Mail, after the draw for the Scottish Cup semi-final draw was made, the Rangers players celebrated in their dressing room as they will take on Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Celtic boss Rodgers subsequently said that he is not concerned about the “noise” coming from the Rangers camp, as quoted by The Daily Mail.
David Cummings, father of Rangers striker Cummings, seems to have taken a dig at Rodgers for his comments.
Would love to read the noise coming out of Ibrox articles or even the shouting from the rooftop ones.— david cummings (@davidcummings00) March 10, 2018
Anyone provide a link as I’m struggling to find them
A cheer from a dressing room when you come out in a cup draw is really unusual other teams just sit in silence normally.
Cummings has been in good form for Rangers since his move from Nottingham Forest on loan in the January transfer window.
Even if the Scotland international does not start, the 22-year-old former Hibernian star could make an impact as a substitute.
Cummings joined Forest from Hibernian in the summer of 2017 for a transfer fee reported by The Nottingham Post to be worth £1 million.