Broonie should have known better but the fix is in. Stop tim treble in full flow.
Great tackle from Brown. Very thoughtful in the process.
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Saying in the herald that we're appealing the red so brown will be available for the semi final
Hopefully our fans can agree we were cheated today and not pretend like it was our own fault like any of the times we were cheated under Deila
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One of the worst honest mistakes in a long long time. Plus Brown did make it easy for the Ref, but I have seen worse tackles go unpunished against us, the one on K T in particular. Both that mug and the cheat had a fly kick at Brown just prior. It was a poor desicion on his part but sometimes you just have to take the law into your own hands enough is enough. He will play the semi if we appeal which we will. The Huns will try and wind him up as per.
Not all conspiracies are theories.
How come nothing is made of the County players grabbing Brown by the neck and shoving him to the ground after the incident? Yet if you square up to someone and touch them with your head it's a red card?
if you think Broonie’s tackle was anything more than a yellow you ain’t played football, let alone watched it long enough.
The MIB had the red in his fingers before the RC player hit the deck – couldn’t wait to send off the Celtic skipper, compounding his penalty debacle btw.
Considering that these cheating MIBS are “Miked Up” now, what exactly did they say to each other when giving the Phantom Penalty ? IF they failed to communicate to each other then WHY ?
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See a lot of SPL fans, albeit mainly huns, try and justify the penalty by circulating a video of a couple of Dembele dives. As embarrassing as those dives were they seem to be missing the glaring fact that neither of them actually resulted in even a freekick. All it's proving is loads of players dive but the refs aren't as quick to fall for it when it's in our favour. Convenient.
I think referee's should be judged over a season and if they make numerous bad decisions then they should lose their job.
I'm not sure if there is something in place like that already. Correct me if I am wrong.
You would think Celtic were the first club ever to appeal a red card. Its actually embarrassing the shock and horror they show at this abuse of a loophole. You really could not make this shit up. I remember a Hun decking a kid with a straight elbow, they appealed and he played and all but ended Kayals career....
Didn't they appeal hill or someone to play the hogmanay game