CELTIC hero Chris Sutton has fired a fresh dig at Rangers after being denied access to Ibrox for a second time.

Sutton was last week reportedly refused entry to Ibrox to work on the BT Sport's Europa League coverage. 

The broadcaster then changed plans to host coverage of both Celtic and Rangers' matches from an empty Parkhead.

At a Q&A event at the Hydro last night, Sutton joked: “I’d like to thank The Hydro for letting me in tonight, not all establishments in Glasgow will have me.

“Not getting into Ibrox is like not getting into Lidl!”

The ongoing saga between Sutton and Rangers is just one of a number of instances referenced by Ally McCoist who called for clubs to let pundits work at matches and drop the bans.

McCoist gave his thoughts on the situation as he cited Andy Walker's Celtic Park ban and the confusion over Kris Boyd's access to Dens Park.

However, McCoist first aimed a jibe a Sutton over his comments on Stenhousemuir as he referenced the club when making a point on Manchester United's 'amateur' management recruitment process.

Speaking on BT Sport's Scottish Football Extra, McCoist said: “I’m shocked (about Stenhousemuir jibe) and this is close to home for me by the way, I don’t know if you know the story.

“But my youngest boy plays in the same team as the Stenhousemuir manager’s son. So this is close to the bone for me Sutton.

“I don’t mind you falling out with Rangers or Aberdeen or whoever. But this is close to base and you have to start behaving yourself.

“In all seriousness guys, Chris banned from Ibrox, Andy Walker banned from Celtic Park, Kris Boyd banned from Dundee. The only thing that surprised me is the email arrived on time to ban Kris Boyd.

“But in all seriousness, can we stop the pettiness and just get on with the football and let people into games. I’ve got it off my chest.”