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Dorit Kemsley recently attacked Sutton Stracke for saying her late mother’s things were “a little embarrassing”. ET spoke with Sutton to find out her side of the story and how it has affected her since then.

Fashion Sakala seems to be making his presence felt during their preparations for the Viaplay Cup final, but does he think Sutton feels embarrassed by him?

Beale: It’s embarrassing

Kris Boyd believes Michael Beale’s reign at Rangers has seen them take a step backwards, even after overhauling their squad in the summer. Boyd was devastated at their 5-1 loss to PSV Eindhoven and does not see dropping to Europa League as helping regain top spot in Scottish Premiership.

Tim Flagg and Karen Hopkins, who plays Mrs Morris, innkeeper to whom Beale gave the codes, made their way over to a mud-splattered pickup truck for a drink break. “It has been an extremely hectic week,” Hopkins lamented before adding that shooting had gone well so far.

Johnson’s Orchard in Johnsonville is used to people coming over and wanting to dig for treasure on their property, and Danny usually allows this as long as they sign a waiver form. But when Unsolved Mysteries came filming there – Danny found it rather embarrassing; “the kids weren’t wearing uniforms!” he commented.

Sakala: It’s embarrassing

Many Ibrox fans want Sakala out and it appears he may soon leave, however in order to maintain his place within the team he must stop making statements such as these and pandering to fans.

Fashion Sakala was in superb form against Hibs on Monday and was instrumental in setting up both goals – setting up Ryan Kent for his opener before going down under Carl Starfelt’s challenge to earn the penalty that James Tavernier converted later.

Sakala celebrated his spot-kick win by looking towards Ibrox fans and shouting insults towards them, which seemed childish when facing a Celtic side that has been so dominant at home. Such behavior only motivated Celtic’s hosts further ahead of Sunday’s Viaplay League Cup final and could end up costing Beale dearly in terms of defeat.

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Boyd: It’s embarrassing

Kris Boyd has encouraged Michael Beale to follow in Ange Postecoglou’s footsteps and move up to the Premier League. The Rangers hero believes he deserves the opportunity to test himself against elite competition at this level and has no reservations with making that step forward.

He further criticised Rangers’ summer recruitment efforts and claimed they failed to improve their forward line despite signing Danilo, Cyriel Dessers, Sam Lammers and Abdallah Sima. On Sunday they went down 1-0 against Celtic as Kyogo Furuhashi scored early for Brendan Rodgers’ men and secured them their first derby victory of 2018.

Boyd believes new striker Antonio Colak may not fit Beale’s playing style and is wasting his time at Ibrox. The former QPR man believes Colak will struggle to adapt to European football at Govan; furthermore he feels Govan’s Champions League failure could damage their top-four hopes or even cause them to drop into the Championship division.

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Sutton: It’s embarrassing

Michael Beale has caused much contention with some of his statements over time, from calling Celtic counterpart Ange Postecoglou an ‘unlucky man’ to criticising their fanbase for its love of media coverage – these comments and more haven’t earned Beale many fans in Glasgow.

Beale has recently engaged in an exchange with former Chelsea striker and pundit Chris Sutton, who dared question Beale’s sportsmanship following last weekend’s Scottish Cup match at Ibrox. Beale blasted Sutton, labeling him a comedy act and the worst player ever to play for Chelsea.

Sutton did not intend to insult Beale when he queried his sportsmanship following Rangers’ controversial goal against Partick Thistle; rather he was simply considering what might happen if Rangers allowed their opponents to score after Malik Tillman misfired an equaliser; Beale took it very personally and became angry over it.

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