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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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15 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

So they tell the players where they’re going (eg away to Lazio last season) and the players all make their own bookings, presumably claiming back through expenses?

:lol:

No. The club generally charters a flight. They hold all the details needed to book a flight already even if they didn't. Christ, I could get it in 30 minutes. Name, date of birth. Done.

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20 minutes ago, The Dude said:

The club can't force the player to remain in the country. He took a commercial flight out.

If he hasnt told them he's been away, that's entirely on the player.

It's the club failing to control their player then. It was made crystal clear to them at the start of the season, Lennon saying so himself, 'training, home, games, home'. Similarily to how a club can be punished for failing to keep players disciplined on the park, clubs should be punished for failing to control their players off the park as well, under these unique circumstances. 

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Just now, King Jela said:

It's the club failing to control their player then. It was made crystal clear to them at the start of the season, Lennon saying so himself, 'training, home, games, home'. Similarily to how a club can be punished for failing to keep players disciplined on the park, clubs should be punished for failing to control their players off the park as well, under these unique circumstances. 

Controlling their players during a game for the club is totally different to knowing where they are at any given moment. If a player is given a couple of days off and told to stay home but decides to ignore that and go meet a wee dirty in spain, there's much less control over that from the club's perspective.

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8 minutes ago, The Dude said:

There was no 'mistake' on Legia's part. Player had a three match ban. They tried to game the system and got caught. Their chairman even moaned that celtic and the UEFA delegate were laughing at them before the game when they saw the suspended player's name on the teamsheet.

what a load of shite

6-1 up with two minutes to go and they tried to game the system - sure

also if they were laughing doubt he would have known what for at the time and only realised afterwards.  if thats true the delegate was complicit and so were they - and you go on about sporting imtegrity - fck sake mate

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1 minute ago, raging blue 1972 said:

what a load of shite

6-1 up with two minutes to go and they tried to game the system - sure

also if they were laughing doubt he would have known what for at the time and only realised afterwards.  if thats true the delegate was complicit and so were they - and you go on about sporting imtegrity - fck sake mate

No. By removing the player from their 25-man player list and replacing him with someone else while he served his suspension, they tried to game the system and it bit them on the arse.

UEFA delegate wasn't complicit. Its down to the club to ensure the player is eligible to play.

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Just now, The Dude said:

No. By removing the player from their 25-man player list and replacing him with someone else while he served his suspension, they tried to game the system and it bit them on the arse.

UEFA delegate wasn't complicit. Its down to the club to ensure the player is eligible to play.

Exactly :crabflute:

Kilmarnock - 3-0 win :dance:

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2 minutes ago, raging blue 1972 said:

what a load of shite

6-1 up with two minutes to go and they tried to game the system - sure

also if they were laughing doubt he would have known what for at the time and only realised afterwards.  if thats true the delegate was complicit and so were they - and you go on about sporting imtegrity - fck sake mate

What

https://BOYCOTT THIS LINK/sport/football/football-news/celtic-knew-fielded-ineligible-player-10225115

A

https://www.foxsports.com/stories/soccer/uefa-probes-legia-warsaw-over-ineligible-player-during-match-vs-celtic

Load

https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/0220-0e9074d0fcfb-d68c22c62022-1000--uefa-welcomes-cas-decision-on-legia/

Of

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/aug/07/celtic-champions-league-reprieve-legia-warsaw-ineligible

Shite

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/28701951

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Just now, The Dude said:

No. By removing the player from their 25-man player list and replacing him with someone else while he served his suspension, they tried to game the system and it bit them on the arse.

UEFA delegate wasn't complicit. Its down to the club to ensure the player is eligible to play.

pretty sure they thought he served the ban, but anyway if a delegate knows he is under obligation to inform the club.  didnt one tell them before a match shortly afterwards -  you are wrong. 

fk sake mate you'd cause an argument in an empty house lol

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It seems straightforward, if you come back from Spain you have to quarantine for 14 days.

They got the benefit of a player's participation in a game where he was not allowed to play under the rules.

This is a disadvantage to Kilmarnock and they should be awarded a 3-0 victory.

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1 minute ago, raging blue 1972 said:

pretty sure they thought he served the ban, but anyway if a delegate knows he is under obligation to inform the club.  didnt one tell them before a match shortly afterwards -  you are wrong. 

fk sake mate you'd cause an argument in an empty house lol

No they aren't. 

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Scenario A....Bolongoli comes back from Spain tells the truth and owns up, can’t play at Kilmarnock. 

Scenario B.....Bolongoli comes back from Spain , knows he can’t play at Kilmarnock and either lies or his club lies and plays in a game he shouldn’t be allowed to.

The club should pay the price and the player should be hammered by the club after that. 

3-0 to Kilmarnock.

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9 minutes ago, The Dude said:

Controlling their players during a game for the club is totally different to knowing where they are at any given moment. 

In the middle of a global pandemic when strict isolation laws apply? No sure about that one tbh 

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