St Mirren boss Danny Lennon has played down his touchline row with Inverness Caledonian Thistle counterpart Terry Butcher.
The pair were involved in a heated exchange of views after Darren McGregor had scored a last-minute equaliser for the home side in a 2-2 draw in Paisley.
In the aftermath, Lewis Guy was sent off was for the home side but Lennon was keen not to dwell on the incident.
He said: “It’s nothing. It’s just two passionate men that love the game of football and are fighting for their clubs, there’s nothing wrong with it.
“We had some good craic in there at the end of the game with him and I’ve got the upmost respect for Terry Butcher and his football club.
“They got off to a horrible start last season and he [Butcher] managed to progress out of the relegation battle.
“He’s certainly lost a lot of players this summer but him and Mo [assistant, Maurice Malpas] have a knack of producing wee gems and there was one or two that I liked on Saturday.”
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