Well,that was a tough watch. Somehow we dominated the game,yet one man controlled it. Somehow,we got battered at every turn,yet not a yellow card for our visitors.
Beats me,it really does.
It might be interesting to compare the standards applied to the Edinburgh teams on Wednesday and Thursday when they played the two “Glasgow giants”. Actually,same result,they favoured the visitors.
I remember Willie Wallace saying that at Hearts,they always knew they could get away with that bit more against Celtic. And that it was only when he joined Celtic that he realised how much!
Last night was a masterclass. Kicked off the park as usual,nothing given. It makes me wonder sometimes if referees are actually being impartial while they do their job. I know,it’s a dreadful thought,it’s one that worries me a bit-until I realise that,of course they aren’t and there’s eff all we can do about it.
Only the board can do anything about it without incurring a lengthy ban,though I strongly suspect that AP is about to hit the roof! If they sit on their hands,despite the evidence from the stands and also from AULDHEID &Co over the last decade,you are allowed to make your own mind up.
Free speech doesn’t allow you to shout “Fire” in a crowded cinema,but being a referee doesn’t give you immunity from criticism.
Except of course,in Scotland.
Kicked rotten,not a yellow card.
Honestly,we are in trouble. Those two games in the last 24 hours prove that. They are moving heaven and earth to get the desired results. The footballing authorities are facilitating it by awarding the matches accordingly.
Our board are schtuum,as ever. Guard dogs who neither bark nor bite. We would be as well with a bliddy hamster. And it would be cheaper too.
Aye,I’ll take the points. Of course I will. But so did they,and games are running out. Of course,by the time the board-if ever-get round to complaining,it will be too late. Which brings us round to the firmly held belief that AULDHEID is right in what he says.
Which is unconscionable,when you think about it.
Above article by BMCUWP