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Well done for pointing this out mate.

None of the other threads in the forum or the official Rangers Twitter page has brought this up so fair play for highlighting this 👍

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Aye but it’s more head to foot so really should have been Jack that got booked for having his head as high , compliance officer needs to take a look and get Jack  a two game ban.

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I’m sure the we can’t do anything he got booked rule will be trotted out. They only use the get out clause when it’s a scum player that gets hurt

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5 minutes ago, McEwan's Lager said:

Clearly wasn't a fair tackle because the ref booked him.

:lol:

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According to John Hughes on  sportscene it’s not as bad as butchers tackle on the St Mirren player today because

“the difference between butchers tackle and powers is powers leg goes up the way where butchers went more in with his studs, these things happen in the game, possibly a yellow card”

Total pish.

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37 minutes ago, murzo said:

Aye but it’s more head to foot so really should have been Jack that got booked for having his head as high , compliance officer needs to take a look and get Jack  a two game ban.

Sectarian head, instant four game ban.

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30 minutes ago, murzo said:

According to John Hughes on  sportscene it’s not as bad as butchers tackle on the St Mirren player today because

“the difference between butchers tackle and powers is powers leg goes up the way where butchers went more in with his studs, these things happen in the game, possibly a yellow card”

Total pish.

Whit 😂😂 that cunts mental. 

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Of course Sportscene/mhedia will be all over it & Broadfoot's 2nd yellow which didn't happen as they bloody play the tims in their next game.

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If the Killie player is cited and banned then he’ll miss their game against the taigs. 

Which isn’t very good for us as he’s one of Killie’s better players, so I’m told.

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These boots are not cheap and, if Jack’s face has damaged them, I’d expect nothing less than a two match from the fenian bitch masquerading as a Compliance Officer.

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The boy is innocent and Jack's the guilty party. If you look closely you will see that Jack actually has his feet off the ground so it stands to reason that the Killie player hadn't expected Jack to have his head in the way of an excellent over the head contact with the ball. Definitely a 3 match ban to Jack for dangerous play.

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It was nearly a fair tackle, another few inches higher and he would have missed Jack altogether.

We are fair game I think, two head boots in two games.

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1 hour ago, Bakbear said:

Ditch the click bait era controversy and bring back fair factual reporting 

This in a nutshell, the overall standard of ‘journalism’ (using that word lightly) in our football of late is as poor as it’s ever been. If it’s not wannabe ‘contravertial’ ex players it’s incompetend verging on cognitive bias sports writers and commentators who are really just not very good...

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If it was Alfredo there would be an outcry for a 10 match ban. Ref booked him at the time so will be no further action. 

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Its Jacks own fault for putting his head in such a position, and daring to even think about competing with an opposing player. Clearly Ryan hasnt been made aware or familiarised himself of the SFA (celtic) Protocol.

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