I avoided hearing the result and watched the full match delayed after 10pm on Premier sports. As they have exclusive tv rights they did the quick stand up interview after the match with Clarke and he was totally scathing of the refereeing but made absolutely no mention of the sectarian chanting. Having avoided the internet all night to avoid the score I then went online and was amazed to see clips of the sit down interview and the comments about the chanting. I reckon between interviews he has realised that his totally OTT comments about the ref would see him up on a charge and thought it might be better to deflect the attention away from himself in the sit down presser. I have looked for the full interview and can't find it anywhere so I'm not sure who raised the question of the chanting. Considering how upset he is by it I find it very strange he made no mention of it in the initial interview.
Apparently 'Stevie Clarke, you're a wanker' was sung first and he responded with a wave and a thumbs up, he did state in the interview he was okay with that type of abuse but managers responding to opposition fans are usually opening themselves up to further abuse.