Last Updated: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 10:58
No action will be taken against St Mirren assistant Andy Millen following his bust-up with chairman Stewart Gilmour on Sunday.
Reports say Millen and Gilmour had a heated discussion on the Hampden Park pitch an hour after Buddies had lost the Co-operative Insurance Cup final to nine-man Rangers.
Buddies supremo Gilmour insisted there was no problem between the pair and no disciplinary action will be taken against Millen.
He told the Daily Record: "Andy was being Andy. He's a very passionate and emotional guy when it comes to football.
"We had what could have been called a full and frank exchange of views and I let him have his say. Our professional relationship is unaffected and there's absolutely no question of any action being taken against Andy."
He added: "The question of the bonus money was raised very briefly but I said to him, 'Andy, there are two sides to that story' and that was the end of the matter.
"We blew a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
"But would I have taken our assistant manager out in to the middle of Hampden Park in full view of the press if we were going to have a spectacular fall-out?"
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