For Celtic fans, Scott Brown gets their wholehearted backing. But Rangers' players certainly don't warm to him.
That was on full display in the weekend's Old Firm derby. Red card magnet Alfredo Morelos got himself sent off (again) and Ryan Kent struck Brown with a southpaw which went initially unpunished.
The Celtic skipper clearly saw the funny side during after the match after expertly trolling his Rangers counterparts.
However, Brown's role has divided opinions among some observers. Some feel Brown provoked those situations, while others point out that provocation need not automatically lead to the type of retaliation Rangers' players indulged in.
That debate was carried over into this week's Team 33. Enda Coll and Jonathan Higgins have differing views on Brown's behaviour. And they were also divided on the subject of whether the Celtic captain is an average footballer or not.
If you want to share your views on Brown, tweet us at @teamthirtythree.
Also on the show, Joe Coffey and I indulged in a Mayo and Leitrim GAA chat respectively. But it was Mayo that won league silverware. And that sparked a discussion on whether a trophy can help lead a team to more with Derek Ryan also alongside us. Listen to that above on the podcast player.
Apart from Gary Neville and Arsenal Fan TV founder Robbie Lyle, recent interviews on Team 33 include ex-Liverpool duo Markus Babbel and Stig Inge Bjornebye, former Man United cult hero Andrei Kanchelskis, former Ireland striker Niall Quinn, ex-England international Carlton Palmer, former Newcastle and Everton left back Alessandro Pistone, Chelsea legends Bobby Tambling and Paddy Mulligan, Dutch legend Johan Neeskens, ex-England striker Darius Vassell, Liverpool legend David Fairclough, former Ireland midfielder Mark Kinsella, USA captain Eric Lichaj and former Everton forward Tomasz Radzinski. Plus our in-depth chats with Tony Coton, Packie Bonner, Nobby Solano, Ron Atkinson and Alan Curbishley are still available on iTunes. You can find them all in one place by subscribing to Team 33 on iTunes.