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  1. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is more than surprising we have some who with our board still follow the false God of quiet dignity, little wonder we get shat on from a great height !
  2. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    I believe that the word unseen is the loophole the sfa has missed, if the ref has missed broon raking Alfie and bain hooking Halliday, both are actionable.
    On the other hand if the ref/linesman was to confirm both incidents as seen and no action was deemed neccessary, that would be an absolute sensation, the club must take down the white flag and raise The Flag of the Union and fight thes blatant injustices all the way.
    As an aside will the sfa censure broon for incitement  for ignoring the police instructions given, doubt it, and for the simple reason that our board refuses to seek justice or even parity on these issues.
    All I do know is that before murray back in the day, The Rangers board would have roared and the sfa would have shat it, channged days indeed.
  3. bornabear liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is couched in terms that a Philadelphia lawyer would have trouble making sense of, it is very vague almost deliberately so...as to the citing procedure and who can do so !
     
    Can the Compliance Officer take retrospective action for on-field incidents?
    The Compliance Officer can only raise a Fast Track Notice of Complaint and take retrospective action when an on field incident, or an exceptional part of an on field incident, has been unseen by the match officials.
    When investigating a potential Fast Track case, the Compliance Officer does not seek any opinion on the incident from the match officials, or ask them to reconsider any decision made. This has not changed. The decision of the referee regarding facts connected with play will always be respected in line with the Laws of the Game. It is for this reason that the disciplinary rules relating to retrospective action only come into effect when an incident, or part of an incident, is unseen by the match officials.
    When the match officials confirm an on field incident is unseen, the Compliance Officer seeks opinions from three independent experts. Those experts are drawn from a pool of former Category 1 referees, who are up to date with current refereeing guidelines. A Fast Track Notice of Complaint can only competently be raised when all three experts provide written evidence that the incident constituted a sending off offence.
    How does the Claims process work?
    In certain circumstances a player or a club can raise a Claim against a wrongful dismissal, mistaken identity, or wrongful caution for simulation.
    A specially trained Fast Track Tribunal determines whether there has been an obvious refereeing error based on the case put forward by the player/club, a factual report by the referee, and the relevant laws of the game. Every Fast Track Tribunal includes an expert on the Laws of the Game. If it is determined that an obvious refereeing error has been made, the disciplinary action taken by the match referee can be rescinded by the Fast Track Tribunal.
    It should be noted that the Compliance Officer is not involved in the Claims process. In addition, the disciplinary department itself does not make any decision on whether a sanction should be imposed, or a red card rescinded.
  4. bob1873 liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    The club has until 3pm today to cite broon and bain to the compliance officer for assaults on Alfie and Halliday, only SG from the club has highlighted broon's conduct, we have silence from the board the SLO and major fans shareholders 1872.
    All the while kennedy of celtic is commenting on how Kent will likely get a 3 game ban in the press, will no one from Ibrox defend us at all, on anything ?  
  5. Helicopter Sundae liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    The club has until 3pm today to cite broon and bain to the compliance officer for assaults on Alfie and Halliday, only SG from the club has highlighted broon's conduct, we have silence from the board the SLO and major fans shareholders 1872.
    All the while kennedy of celtic is commenting on how Kent will likely get a 3 game ban in the press, will no one from Ibrox defend us at all, on anything ?  
  6. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    we have people commenting who have no understanding of the OP, though the majority in the thread do.
  7. backup liked a post in a topic by SeparateEntityMyArse in Deadline 3pm today.   
    I'd say the OPs point is more about the club doing nothing whilst the scum continue to defend theirs at every opportunity.
    Its really not about him demanding those 2 are banned. That's what I see, perhaps the OP could elaborate. And if I'm right, its just further example of us doing fuck all whilst the scum influence manipulate and control. Yet we're apparently moon howlers turning into tarriers...
  8. thebooler liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    The club has until 3pm today to cite broon and bain to the compliance officer for assaults on Alfie and Halliday, only SG from the club has highlighted broon's conduct, we have silence from the board the SLO and major fans shareholders 1872.
    All the while kennedy of celtic is commenting on how Kent will likely get a 3 game ban in the press, will no one from Ibrox defend us at all, on anything ?  
  9. backup liked a post in a topic by gogzy in Deadline 3pm today.   
    We can be called paranoid all day long, but that table tells a story.  
  10. backup liked a post in a topic by thehost in Deadline 3pm today.   
    I think, they think, What would Bill Struth do? Without realising that when Bill Struth was alive we were most certainly the establishment club. Something they most certainly are now hence the reason that dignified silence doesn't tend to work too well!
  11. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is couched in terms that a Philadelphia lawyer would have trouble making sense of, it is very vague almost deliberately so...as to the citing procedure and who can do so !
     
    Can the Compliance Officer take retrospective action for on-field incidents?
    The Compliance Officer can only raise a Fast Track Notice of Complaint and take retrospective action when an on field incident, or an exceptional part of an on field incident, has been unseen by the match officials.
    When investigating a potential Fast Track case, the Compliance Officer does not seek any opinion on the incident from the match officials, or ask them to reconsider any decision made. This has not changed. The decision of the referee regarding facts connected with play will always be respected in line with the Laws of the Game. It is for this reason that the disciplinary rules relating to retrospective action only come into effect when an incident, or part of an incident, is unseen by the match officials.
    When the match officials confirm an on field incident is unseen, the Compliance Officer seeks opinions from three independent experts. Those experts are drawn from a pool of former Category 1 referees, who are up to date with current refereeing guidelines. A Fast Track Notice of Complaint can only competently be raised when all three experts provide written evidence that the incident constituted a sending off offence.
    How does the Claims process work?
    In certain circumstances a player or a club can raise a Claim against a wrongful dismissal, mistaken identity, or wrongful caution for simulation.
    A specially trained Fast Track Tribunal determines whether there has been an obvious refereeing error based on the case put forward by the player/club, a factual report by the referee, and the relevant laws of the game. Every Fast Track Tribunal includes an expert on the Laws of the Game. If it is determined that an obvious refereeing error has been made, the disciplinary action taken by the match referee can be rescinded by the Fast Track Tribunal.
    It should be noted that the Compliance Officer is not involved in the Claims process. In addition, the disciplinary department itself does not make any decision on whether a sanction should be imposed, or a red card rescinded.
  12. Ayrshire Blue liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    The club has until 3pm today to cite broon and bain to the compliance officer for assaults on Alfie and Halliday, only SG from the club has highlighted broon's conduct, we have silence from the board the SLO and major fans shareholders 1872.
    All the while kennedy of celtic is commenting on how Kent will likely get a 3 game ban in the press, will no one from Ibrox defend us at all, on anything ?  
  13. backup liked a post in a topic by SeparateEntityMyArse in Deadline 3pm today.   
    They're not even allowed to do close to what he does, that's the whole fucking point.
    Several brutal red card challenges. Nothing. Deliberately provoking opposition fans. Nothing. Elbows on opposition. Nothing. Off ball incidents. Nothing. Kicking players in head whilst on ground. Nothing.
    Its corrupt and ignoring it wont changed it. Nor will saying the players just need to do better when opponents getaway with murder but we're scrutinised and punished at every possible opportunity.
     
  14. Supersonic liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is more than surprising we have some who with our board still follow the false God of quiet dignity, little wonder we get shat on from a great height !
  15. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    broons actions are not under scrutiny from anyone, except we fans.
    as above no one in authority is interested....compare that to Halliday getting a red for a raised celebratory fist or Candeias getting a red for blowing a kiss !  
  16. backup liked a post in a topic by Blumhoilann in Deadline 3pm today.   
    100% correct eejay,hence they're at the bottom(or top) of the Fair Play league,are we the only fans who see how corrupt this is or the only ones who hi-lite it?
    Sadly the days of football being a 'man's game' are long gone,it's more about who the best actor is,who can con the Ref,trial by media, this in itself stops us getting back to it being 'just about football'.
  17. Copland bear liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is couched in terms that a Philadelphia lawyer would have trouble making sense of, it is very vague almost deliberately so...as to the citing procedure and who can do so !
     
    Can the Compliance Officer take retrospective action for on-field incidents?
    The Compliance Officer can only raise a Fast Track Notice of Complaint and take retrospective action when an on field incident, or an exceptional part of an on field incident, has been unseen by the match officials.
    When investigating a potential Fast Track case, the Compliance Officer does not seek any opinion on the incident from the match officials, or ask them to reconsider any decision made. This has not changed. The decision of the referee regarding facts connected with play will always be respected in line with the Laws of the Game. It is for this reason that the disciplinary rules relating to retrospective action only come into effect when an incident, or part of an incident, is unseen by the match officials.
    When the match officials confirm an on field incident is unseen, the Compliance Officer seeks opinions from three independent experts. Those experts are drawn from a pool of former Category 1 referees, who are up to date with current refereeing guidelines. A Fast Track Notice of Complaint can only competently be raised when all three experts provide written evidence that the incident constituted a sending off offence.
    How does the Claims process work?
    In certain circumstances a player or a club can raise a Claim against a wrongful dismissal, mistaken identity, or wrongful caution for simulation.
    A specially trained Fast Track Tribunal determines whether there has been an obvious refereeing error based on the case put forward by the player/club, a factual report by the referee, and the relevant laws of the game. Every Fast Track Tribunal includes an expert on the Laws of the Game. If it is determined that an obvious refereeing error has been made, the disciplinary action taken by the match referee can be rescinded by the Fast Track Tribunal.
    It should be noted that the Compliance Officer is not involved in the Claims process. In addition, the disciplinary department itself does not make any decision on whether a sanction should be imposed, or a red card rescinded.
  18. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    The club has until 3pm today to cite broon and bain to the compliance officer for assaults on Alfie and Halliday, only SG from the club has highlighted broon's conduct, we have silence from the board the SLO and major fans shareholders 1872.
    All the while kennedy of celtic is commenting on how Kent will likely get a 3 game ban in the press, will no one from Ibrox defend us at all, on anything ?  
  19. backup liked a post in a topic by Courtyard Bear in Deadline 3pm today.   
    And we wonder why we get stepped on by every cunt in Scotland. 
    You get bullied you hit back ya stupid republican fuckwit, do you expect them to stop if we just say fuck all, will they get bored kicking us, hitting us, manhandling us all off the ball. Being held to a different standard week in week out by the Refs, our players citied at the drop of a hat while other teams especially one get allowed to run riot. 
    Its snowflake pricks like you that has lead to a bullying culture in all aspects of today’s society, oh just turn the other the cheek, rise above above it, be the better person. 
    Cunts like you are the enemy within. 
  20. backup liked a post in a topic by SeparateEntityMyArse in Deadline 3pm today.   
    So in practice its open to all, but barriers are put up to prevent it because they don't want it from us. Lip service. Actually lip service at best, if I've done it with no reply, despite repeated requests it suggests it not obstacles they're puting in place its deliberate preventative barriers. And that's why I say the reality is the public cant, despite what they say to the contrary.
  21. backup liked a post in a topic by eejay the dj in Deadline 3pm today.   
    And our men take it up the arse
    Or some would have us behave with impeccable dignified  silence for all time . We have learnt nothing since 2012
  22. eejay the dj liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is more than surprising we have some who with our board still follow the false God of quiet dignity, little wonder we get shat on from a great height !
  23. backup liked a post in a topic by SeparateEntityMyArse in Deadline 3pm today.   
    In theory. But in practice?
  24. scottyscott1963 liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    It is more than surprising we have some who with our board still follow the false God of quiet dignity, little wonder we get shat on from a great height !
  25. scottyscott1963 liked a post in a topic by backup in Deadline 3pm today.   
    I believe that the word unseen is the loophole the sfa has missed, if the ref has missed broon raking Alfie and bain hooking Halliday, both are actionable.
    On the other hand if the ref/linesman was to confirm both incidents as seen and no action was deemed neccessary, that would be an absolute sensation, the club must take down the white flag and raise The Flag of the Union and fight thes blatant injustices all the way.
    As an aside will the sfa censure broon for incitement  for ignoring the police instructions given, doubt it, and for the simple reason that our board refuses to seek justice or even parity on these issues.
    All I do know is that before murray back in the day, The Rangers board would have roared and the sfa would have shat it, channged days indeed.
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