Former Dundee keeper Rab Douglas has claimed that he will write a book about his bust up with former Rangers player John Brown during their time at Dens Park. Douglas admitted in an interview with BBC that he had recorded the bust up in Brown's office and that it would embarrass the former Dundee manager, now part of the Rangers scouting team.
He said: "There's only winner and that's the manager and he won. There's no doubt about it but it's there for a book. There's a bit more to it and he had his say, so I'll have mine soon.
“It’s still there and I’ll have my say. John Brown’s had his say in the back of the papers so I’ll have my say one day. It isn’t bad for a disrespectful liar, 600-odd games.”
Douglas starred for Martin O'Neill's Celtic side that reached the 2003 UEFA Cup Final and went on to lift three league titles and three Scottish Cups with the Parkhead side.
After his departure from Dens Park, Brown branded Douglas a 'disrespectful liar' and warned other managers not to sign him.