DJ SUZIE McGuire was FOCUSed on her radio gig after appearing to sing “F *** the Huns” in the Celtic Cup final victory yesterday.

The Celtic-daft presenter was dumped by Nation Radio after sharing a video of the Hampden stands as Celtic defeated Hibs 2-1 in the Premier Sports Cup final.


Suzie McGuire was FOCUSED on her radio gig after appearing to sing “F *** the Huns”Credit: Les Gallagher – The Sun Glasgow
It happened in the Celtic Cup final victory yesterday at Hampden


It happened in the Celtic Cup final victory yesterday at HampdenCredit: CLIP

In the now-deleted video, a woman can be heard singing “F *** the Huns” to the tune of Shakin ‘Stevens’ “Merry Christmas Everyone”.

Nation Radio bosses confirmed this morning that McGuire – who hosted the morning show – had been removed from their list of presenters after three years on the station.

In a statement, they said: “Nation Broadcasting confirms that Suzie McGuire no longer works for Nation Radio Scotland.”

The 51-year-old DJ posted several videos from her seat during Sunday’s game, including clips of her singing “Last Christmas” by Wham and “Let the People Sing” by The Wolfe Tones – for which she spoke. apologized for her “bad song”

She had previously shared a photo of an ice bucket full of beers and wine as she enjoyed the pre-game corporate hospitality at the stadium.

But the former Clyde 1 host has come under fire after posting the ‘shameful’ video, which was viewed thousands of times before being deleted.

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Footy fans took to McGuire’s Twitter page to express their anger, with some calling the video “utter embarrassment.”

One person said: “Absolute fanaticism and racism. Is it acceptable to normal people? Who would employ this woman in any form? It is shameful.

Another posted: “Absolute embarrassment from someone who is involved in the front lines of the media.”

A third wrote: “It is terrible”.

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Scotland’s leading anti-sectarian charity, Nil by Mouth, said the Tweet caused “a lot of anger” among football fans.

The spokesperson for Nil by Mouth said: “People have a responsibility for the things they say, sing and post online and this individual has clearly caused a lot of anger with his actions.

“It’s really depressing that someone wants to celebrate a victory by chanting this kind of stupid stuff.”

In November 2016, the radio star was convicted of threatening to kill her ex-husband and girlfriend, but walked out of court.

Ms McGuire has been contacted for comment.

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