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Bolingoli was ineligible.  2 European precedents where celtic themselves complaint on minor technical infringements.  Precedent when registered players play if ineligible eg suspended.  

No sure about points deduction, but the thing that irks me is this "Scottish football on a yellow card" pish. We done fuck all wrong. A tarrier commits a foul and we're all booked.

Should automatically forfeit games and opposing team gets awarded 3-0 wins, other clubs shouldn’t be at a disadvantage because others can’t control their players 

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The SPFL has begun disciplinary action against Aberdeen and celtic for alleged breaches of Covid-19 protocol.

celtic defender Boli Bolingoli and eight Aberdeen players who broke lockdown rules have also been charged but by the Scottish FA - for bringing football into disrepute and failing to comply with the laws of the game.

Bolingoli played on Sunday despite not quarantining after a trip to Spain.

The players' potential punishments range from a two to eight-game ban.

A hearing date has been set for 28 August.

Aberdeen have "severely reprimanded and fined heavily" their eight players - Bruce Anderson, Craig Bryson, Sam Cosgrove, Michael Devlin, Jonny Hayes, Matty Kennedy, Dylan McGeouch and Scott McKenna - following an internal investigation.

Two of them tested positive for Covid-19, and the six others also had to self-isolate, after a visit to an Aberdeen city centre bar linked to an outbreak of the virus.

Aberdeen have had three Scottish Premiership matches postponed as a result of the breach of guidelines, with celtic's two league fixtures this week also called off on the Scottish government's insistence.

First minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned Scottish football is on its final warning, just two weeks in to the new Premiership season.

The SPFL and Scottish FA's joint response group is expected to announce a range of sanctions on Friday for players who do not comply with Covid-19 rules.

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41 minutes ago, Amato said:

The SPFL has begun disciplinary action against Aberdeen and celtic for alleged breaches of Covid-19 protocol.

celtic defender Boli Bolingoli and eight Aberdeen players who broke lockdown rules have also been charged but by the Scottish FA - for bringing football into disrepute and failing to comply with the laws of the game.

Bolingoli played on Sunday despite not quarantining after a trip to Spain.

The players' potential punishments range from a two to eight-game ban.

A hearing date has been set for 28 August.

Aberdeen have "severely reprimanded and fined heavily" their eight players - Bruce Anderson, Craig Bryson, Sam Cosgrove, Michael Devlin, Jonny Hayes, Matty Kennedy, Dylan McGeouch and Scott McKenna - following an internal investigation.

Two of them tested positive for Covid-19, and the six others also had to self-isolate, after a visit to an Aberdeen city centre bar linked to an outbreak of the virus.

Aberdeen have had three Scottish Premiership matches postponed as a result of the breach of guidelines, with celtic's two league fixtures this week also called off on the Scottish government's insistence.

First minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned Scottish football is on its final warning, just two weeks in to the new Premiership season.

The SPFL and Scottish FA's joint response group is expected to announce a range of sanctions on Friday for players who do not comply with Covid-19 rules.

Aberdeen will get hammered, celtic will be fined a quid and we'll get a 11 point deduction for any breach they can pin on us...

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Just now, esquire8 said:

SPFL technically is 2012 isn't it? Wouldn't shock me if both organisations merged soon.

No. It's the same company as the SPL was. It was renamed in 2013 to SPFL and expanded to include the 30 SFL clubs.

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28 minutes ago, The Dude said:

It doesn't particularly, no. 

You know what bears mean Dude . Why do always strive to be right all the time  . From time to time , just let is it lie man.

They are both corrupt towards the bheasts . Full of haters and guys that are only interested in helping one club.

No matter what happens here , it will be a smokescreen . It will eventually lead to the powers saying/ praising  the bheasts  , that they did all they could do .

At the very worst. A small fine . Never on a month of Sundays ...... A points deduction .

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3 minutes ago, eejay the dj said:

You know what bears mean Dude . Why do always strive to be right all the time  . From time to time , just let is it lie man.

They are both corrupt towards the bheasts . Full of haters and guys that are only interested in helping one club.

No matter what happens here , it will be a smokescreen . It will eventually lead to the powers saying/ praising  the bheasts  , that they did all they could do .

At the very worst. A small fine . Never on a month of Sundays ...... A points deduction .

We moan like fuck about the lack of accuracy then when someone makes the point of being accurate, we moan like fuck. It's almost like we don't actually want accuracy but just want to hear what reaffirms our own view, regardless of how wrong it may be. 

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5 minutes ago, The Dude said:

We moan like fuck about the lack of accuracy then when someone makes the point of being accurate, we moan like fuck. It's almost like we don't actually want accuracy but just want to hear what reaffirms our own view, regardless of how wrong it may be. 

We are football fans , not compliance auditors  . You are miles away from seeing that .It just doesn't compute with you

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3 minutes ago, eejay the dj said:

We are football fans , not compliance auditors  . You are miles away from seeing that .It just doesn't compute with you

Nobody is asking anyone to be a compliance auditor. 

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2 minutes ago, The Dude said:

Both. Players by SFA, clubs by SPFL 

So I was correct and you were wrong.

As I stated the clubs are responsible for what the players do, and will now have to prove that they did notify the player to a sufficient extent that he 100% knew what to, and what not to do.

I then gave examples of other companies procedures simply to show, not what the clubs should have done - but what other companies do because they know the ramifications for not communicating critical information to employees properly if something does happen.

I don't normally say I told you so, but for you to tell me I'm wrong, and then state your apparent vast knowledge on the subject which according to you - trumps mine - I certainly will.

Your head is so far up your own arse you can hear your own voice twice.

Reply in whatever way you want, you have so little respect for anyone elses opinion so I'm sticking you back on ignore, honestly can't be arse with the hassle.

To copy another poster's joke -  ʇɐʍʇ

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2 minutes ago, Swally said:

So I was correct and you were wrong.

As I stated the clubs are responsible for what the players do, and will now have to prove that they did notify the player to a sufficient extent that he 100% knew what to, and what not to do.

I then gave examples of other companies procedures simply to show, not what the clubs should have done - but what other companies do because they know the ramifications for not communicating critical information to employees properly if something does happen.

I don't normally say I told you so, but for you to tell me I'm wrong, and then state your apparent vast knowledge on the subject which according to you - trumps mine - I certainly will.

Your head is so far up your own arse you can hear your own voice twice.

Reply in whatever way you want, you have so little respect for anyone elses opinion so I'm sticking you back on ignore, honestly can't be arse with the hassle.

To copy another poster's joke -  ʇɐʍʇ

Oh the fucking irony. 

Im still pretty surprised that the SPFL have used their new rules to haul celtic and Aberdeen up and far from convinced any penalties will stick since they are retrospective. 

While both clubs have been cited, theres still not actually any punishment against them. Im sure should the SPFL find neither club has a case to answer you'll be just as magnanimous and tell everyone I was right. 

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