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Get this the actual fuck out the Bears Den. 

Go fucking cry and moan about it in general sports or something eh. 

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28 minutes ago, Ger_onimo said:

The SFA will see this, and then drop any potential case against Naismith so they don’t have to go after their favourite. I’d put money on it.

That is the 100% certainty

And we won't hear a peep from any of the scumbag media all week about either

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8 minutes ago, KeyserSoze said:

Get this the actual fuck out the Bears Den. 

Go fucking cry and moan about it in general sports or something eh. 

Were you a librarian at one point in your life Soze:p:

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32 minutes ago, terry739 said:

He did exactly the same thing against Kenny Millar couple of years ago, looked over his shoulder saw Kenny coming and wallop, and nothing came of it!

Game is definitely crooked in this cess pit!

He did against Morelos, Pedro was raging about it.

Folk on here said there was nothing in it, paranoid, making excuses blah blah

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4 minutes ago, plumbGER said:

Most ironic post of the day.

And it’s only 9am 😂

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5 minutes ago, eejay the dj said:

Were you a librarian at one point in your life Soze:p:

Never been to Iberia in my life eejay 

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9 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

Sent this to SFA:

“Hello,

I can find no link on the SFA website to communicate directly with the Compliance Officer so may I begin by asking that you please forward this message to him and confirm to me that this has been done?

Incidents are highlighted which the match officials may have missed and I would ask that one such incident be reviewed for potential retrospective action.

In the Hearts v celtic game on Saturday there was a deliberate elbow in the face of Steven Naismith of Hearts by Scott Brown of celtic. It was intentional, it was violent and would certainly have merited a red card had it been seen by the officials 

It was missed at the time, no action was taken and the responsibility therefore lies with the Compliance Officer to take the appropriate action.

There are clips on social media and the Compliance Officer should have no problem in finding footage of the incident. If necessary I can provide links on request.

I would greatly appreciate the courtesy of a reply acknowledging this email and that this violent act will not be tolerated in our game.

Thank you“

Will let you know if I hear anything. 

In this instance . I like jobsworths :lol:

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13 minutes ago, KeyserSoze said:

And it’s only 9am 😂

It will take some topping mate.

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didn't the cunt get away with kicking a Accie player in the face? 

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that is assault, bloody shocking. Yet he gets away with it all the time.

Time for the SFA to grow a set.  

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7 minutes ago, plumbGER said:

It will take some topping mate.

Smile has still to login tbf

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21 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

Sent this to SFA:

“Hello,

I can find no link on the SFA website to communicate directly with the Compliance Officer so may I begin by asking that you please forward this message to him and confirm to me that this has been done?

Incidents are highlighted which the match officials may have missed and I would ask that one such incident be reviewed for potential retrospective action.

In the Hearts v celtic game on Saturday there was a deliberate elbow in the face of Steven Naismith of Hearts by Scott Brown of celtic. It was intentional, it was violent and would certainly have merited a red card had it been seen by the officials 

It was missed at the time, no action was taken and the responsibility therefore lies with the Compliance Officer to take the appropriate action.

There are clips on social media and the Compliance Officer should have no problem in finding footage of the incident. If necessary I can provide links on request.

I would greatly appreciate the courtesy of a reply acknowledging this email and that this violent act will not be tolerated in our game.

Thank you“

Will let you know if I hear anything. 

Incoming

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Tony.mcglennan@scottishfa.co.uk

compliance officer

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Sweep fucking sweep, we all know it. 

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51 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

Sent this to SFA:

“Hello,

I can find no link on the SFA website to communicate directly with the Compliance Officer so may I begin by asking that you please forward this message to him and confirm to me that this has been done?

Incidents are highlighted which the match officials may have missed and I would ask that one such incident be reviewed for potential retrospective action.

In the Hearts v celtic game on Saturday there was a deliberate elbow in the face of Steven Naismith of Hearts by Scott Brown of celtic. It was intentional, it was violent and would certainly have merited a red card had it been seen by the officials 

It was missed at the time, no action was taken and the responsibility therefore lies with the Compliance Officer to take the appropriate action.

There are clips on social media and the Compliance Officer should have no problem in finding footage of the incident. If necessary I can provide links on request.

I would greatly appreciate the courtesy of a reply acknowledging this email and that this violent act will not be tolerated in our game.

Thank you“

Will let you know if I hear anything. 

I think this means we'll be going 3 at the back now.

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10 minutes ago, scottyc06 said:

Tony.mcglennan@scottishfa.co.uk

compliance officer

I'm sure he left , sure I read on here last week there isn't anyone in the job 

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1 hour ago, terry739 said:

He did exactly the same thing against Kenny Millar couple of years ago, looked over his shoulder saw Kenny coming and wallop, and nothing came of it!

Game is definitely crooked in this cess pit!

Did he not do it to Mo last season as well. 

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People need to give the compliance officer a chance here. By the time the game finished, travel back to Glasgow,  couple of pints in the CSC, watch the Rangers game, make case for a further ban for McCrorie, the compliance officer wouldn't have had time to write up a report for this incident. I'm sure it's being typed up as we speak. 

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1 minute ago, TheHammer_WATP said:

Why? 

It may not directly be about Rangers, however it is directly about the ongoing bias of refereeing which this instance showcases, which does affect us.

A missed, minor kick out from Morelos gets a straight red under the direction of a linesman/4th official. 

A deliberate thrown elbow, which actually makes contact, is not even a foul, and is missed by the ref, the linesman and the 4th official.

The only way we get rid of the bias is to attack it head on and put these fuckers in their place.

It is at the stage where Brown can do just about anything and stay on the pitch, if that is not a red card then I have no idea what would be. 

The media here will not mention it so we should be IMO. 

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1 hour ago, Colin Traive said:

Sent this to SFA:

“Hello,

I can find no link on the SFA website to communicate directly with the Compliance Officer so may I begin by asking that you please forward this message to him and confirm to me that this has been done?

Incidents are highlighted which the match officials may have missed and I would ask that one such incident be reviewed for potential retrospective action.

In the Hearts v celtic game on Saturday there was a deliberate elbow in the face of Steven Naismith of Hearts by Scott Brown of celtic. It was intentional, it was violent and would certainly have merited a red card had it been seen by the officials 

It was missed at the time, no action was taken and the responsibility therefore lies with the Compliance Officer to take the appropriate action.

There are clips on social media and the Compliance Officer should have no problem in finding footage of the incident. If necessary I can provide links on request.

I would greatly appreciate the courtesy of a reply acknowledging this email and that this violent act will not be tolerated in our game.

Thank you“

Will let you know if I hear anything. 

Go get him. This could have direct relevance to us. 

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Their full back sees it and starts to turn to look at the linesman, doubtless thinking that rat is fucked. Then he remembers........

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