Dundee boss Neil McCann was given plenty to think about last week when his team were given a lesson from a team of young fans.
One hundred youngsters took to the field at Dens Park on July 13 and handed out a lesson, strolling to a 5-2 victory over the Dark Blues.
But if McCann thought he had troubles it is nothing compared to the rebuilding job facing Inverness Caley Thistle boss John Robertson after his men were subjected to a humiliating 20-5 defeat by another squad of 100 youngsters.
The fun-filled matches are all part of the #BiggestHomeGame promotion by club sponsors McEwan Fraser Legal and McCann and Robertson have been widely praised for getting into the spirit of the occasion.
This is the hilarious deadpan interview given afterwards by Robertson as he castigated his team for falling apart against the club’s young supporters.
— McEwan Fraser Legal (@ICTFC_MFL) July 16, 2017
McCann, too, showed his sense of humour as he fired up his young charges before last week’s match at Dens Park.
The great news is that the #BiggestHomeGame fun is not over.
McEwan Fraser Legal are planning Part 3 at Dundee United’s Tannadice Park some time in August.
— McEwan Fraser Legal (@DundeeUtd_MFL) July 6, 2017