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Rangers statement r.e. Flanagan Citation

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https://www.BOYCOTT THIS LINK/sport/football/football-news/seething-Rangers-issue-stinging-sfa-15842346

A club spokesperson said:

‘Once again, there seems intent to change the decision of a Referee in a match involving Rangers. There seems to be a steady erosion of respect for Scotland’s Referees and the authority they are meant to enjoy under Rule 5 of the Laws of the Game. The decisions of Referees regarding facts connected with play are meant to be final but Referees are now routinely invited to change their decisions after a game has finished.


It is particularly shocking that another Rangers’ player has been singled out for retrospective action and issued with a notice of complaint while Jozo Simunovic, the celtic player who used an elbow to fell Jermain Defoe, has escaped any kind of censure. Why did one incident escape punishment while the other is now deemed worthy of a red card? We cannot understand how these two incidents could be studied yet only one be considered worthy of punishment. It seems as if Rangers’ players are being held to a different code of conduct from players at other clubs. We shall vigorously defend Mr Flanagan and have also asked for full transparency on what matters are brought forward for retrospective action. Are those decisions being made even-handedly?’

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Great it’s about time the corrupt press are called out in this corrupt little country.

bigotry at its worse.

good statement from the club

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Well done to the club, beating they cunts and calling out the CO, within a few days of each other, hope they keep this pressure up and go all the way with this.

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1 minute ago, Courtyard Bear said:

Now follow through with this and nail the cunts to the floor.

But will they?  All too often we get ‘the statement’ then absolutely nothing to back it up.

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Just now, Sparkle said:

But will they?  All too often we get ‘the statement’ then absolutely nothing to back it up.

Exactly Sparkle, we’ve been here before many times. 

Watch as the SFA hit us with a notice of complaint and we go back into our shell again. 

We need to fight these cunts and never back down. 

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No doubt all in the media will be in a WhatsApp group chat just now deciding which way they go about attacking Rangers for having the audacity to speak up.

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I always thought that the compliance officer could only recommend retrospective action if the referee had missed the incident. If the referee had seen the incident and dealt with it, as in this case, then it was outside the remit of the compliance officer. I guess that has changed. 

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1 minute ago, Brubear said:

I always thought that the compliance officer could only recommend retrospective action if the referee had missed the incident. If the referee had seen the incident and dealt with it, as in this case, then it was outside the remit of the compliance officer. I guess that has changed. 

That’s were it gets one sided and can be easily corrupted.

Every game could be scrutinised and incidents brought up penalise a team especially when most of our games are televised.

To many anti Rangers media hurting and trying to hold both us and if you want  to say Scottish football back to let  one team pick up the benefits every year.

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The Club needs to continue standing up to the corruption and open bias displayed by those in positions of influence be they on the pitch, in the media or the SFA.  I am not suggesting that JF has not committed an offence, but what is good for the goose is good for the gander.  In any other league  all teams would be treated equally with incorrect refereeing decisions balancing out over a season.  Not in Scotland.  This is what happens when those that despise our club permeate every position of influence possible.   

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5 minutes ago, Brubear said:

I always thought that the compliance officer could only recommend retrospective action if the referee had missed the incident. If the referee had seen the incident and dealt with it, as in this case, then it was outside the remit of the compliance officer. I guess that has changed. 

Think there is a clause that comes into play that means they can change the rules when it involves Rangers

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53 minutes ago, grant_rfc said:

Hopefully this is the end of the dignified silence as I honestly couldn't take anymore of it.

End of the dignified silence 🤔? We’ve made a statement about Collum this season and Robertson released a 10 minute interview criticising trial by sportscene. 

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If we don't start with this and keep going at them it will cost us 55, it would be hard enough trying to do it on a level playing field but if me don't stand up to them then we deserve all we get, surely the court of arbitration for sport could be an avenue we can threaten them with, it's so blatant.

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Just watched the bbc highlights program, after the initial incident, it was shown another five times during the highlights, then another five while sitting discussing the incident afterwards , in contrast the elbow on Defoe was shown only once after the initial incident, and not even mentioned afterwards.

Trial by the bbc is certainly working,.

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1 hour ago, Leeds_Bear said:

End of the dignified silence 🤔? We’ve made a statement about Collum this season and Robertson released a 10 minute interview criticising trial by sportscene. 

Got slapped on the wrist like a wee schoolboy and went back into his shell. 

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1 hour ago, Brubear said:

I always thought that the compliance officer could only recommend retrospective action if the referee had missed the incident. If the referee had seen the incident and dealt with it, as in this case, then it was outside the remit of the compliance officer. I guess that has changed. 

BB - posted this n the other thread --- cunts are breaking their own rules 

Tuesday 14 May 2019

Fast Track Notice of Complaint | Jonathon Flanagan, Player, Rangers FC

Player: Jonathon Flanagan, Player, Rangers FC

Match: Rangers FC v celtic FC Sunday 12 May 2019

Competition: Scottish Premiership

Disciplinary Rule allegedly breached: Disciplinary Rule 200 : Where any one of the sending off offences of (A1) serious foul play, (A2) violent conduct, and (A3) spitting at an opponent or any other person is committed by a player at a match, but that sending off offence was not seen by any of the match officials at the time that it was committed, the mandatory suspension for that sending off offence as provided for in Annex C of the Judicial Panel Protocol shall be applied to the player.

Any Fast Track Notice of Complaint alleging a breach of this Rule shall be Determined by a Fast Track Tribunal subject to the provisions of Section 13.

Fast Track Tribunal Hearing: Thursday 16 May 2019

 

WELL OBVIOUSLY THE INCIDENT WAS SEEN or he would not have received a yellow card.  WE MUST APPEAL - APPEAL 

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