BARRY FERGUSON was yesterday involved in a heated shouting match with an Alloa fan after a score draw in Dumbarton.

The Rangers hero, who took over the Wasps in the summer, was filmed confronting a fan after a negative reaction at full-time.

The video, shared by @Craigieh23 on Twitter, showed Ferguson and a fan shouting across the barrier as a cluster on supporters watched on.

Ferguson provided an explanation for the confrontation after the match as he revealed he was "sick of negative comments" coming from the supporters.

Ferguson, as reported by the Daily Record, said: “I’m just sick of negative comments.

“I’ll always stick up for my boys, but when it becomes personal, I don’t like it. I’ve had enough.

"We did well in the first-half, but not so good in the second. I’ll always accept constructive criticism, but I won’t accept negative stuff.”

Steven Boyd had put Ferguson's side ahead in Dumbarton before a late leveller from Paddy Boyle ensured a share of the spoils for the hosts.