Comment on Gilt-Edged Justice by theoldcourse.
It doesn’t need complicated goal line technology. A simple system could be implemented by two cameras and a PC to record and rewind the video. Stick a video referee in radio contact with the ref and hey presto. If you want to get fancy then give each manager three challenges like they do in tennis. When they’re used up then thats it.
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We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
When you sell three quarters of your ground to away fans, including both ends, it’s difficult to warm up in front of your own fans.
Dear Mr Bankier
Well, from the evidence of my ears at least I don't believe that there is any sectarian singing at Celtic Park. There are plenty of idiots who belt out songs supporting a proscribed terror group but I don't believe that could be classed as sectarian. I know plenty of Celtic fans who are ashamed of these idiots and have complained to the club as for the most part it originates in the section of the ground that the club have given to the green brigade. I am also aware that the club will be taking steps to stamp it out.
On Grounds for Judicial Review
Hmm, seems the wee Rovers did not use the Bryson defence in this case. if they had then they would probably still be in the competition.
In all seriousness though, the whole thing stinks to high heaven. One rule for some and a different rule for those who don’t pass the sniff test.
Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
I note with amusement the following lines in the story
“Rangers chairman Dave King has announced further investment of £1m by 44-year-old Julian Wolhardt.”
“The fans’ group did not state the value of its investment in RIFC but King, on the Rangers website, said that Wolhardt and Club 1872 had “each made a £1m investment in shares”.”
Silly me I thought that for it to be an investment then the club would receive the proceeds from the share sale. Unless of course its an investment in MASH holdings. Words are very important.
THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
Please someone (EJ) correct me if I am wrong but were Hearts under Romanoff not serial offenders with regard to tax and paying players wages. As far as I am aware the wee tax case was the first time the old Rangers came to the attention of HMRC.