From now on all cup draws should feature Rod Stewart, possibly after he's had a few glasses of red. Luis Figo, you're out of a job.
Celtic beat Albion Rovers 3-0 in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup on Sunday. The game was live on Sky Sports 5. After the final whistle, Rod Stewart and Alan Stubbs were handed the responsibility of drawing the ties for the fifth round of the competition.
The presence of likely inebriated Stewart, one of Celtic's most famous fans, made the process wholly more entertaining.
The 72-year-old turned the drawing of each home team into a performance, shouting out each number. His complete obliviousness to Alan McRae, President of the Scottish FA, offering him a handshake afterwards was also a real highlight.