Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?


Does a certain team / club etc. in the lower …

Comment on Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed? by Feduplongtimeagosoawiz.

Does a certain team / club etc. in the lower divisions still get premiership referees for all their matches? Do any other matches in the same division warrant the same “standard” of refereeing? A bit OT but I’ve lost track..

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Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
I’m glad that people are reporting how well this cup final went from a fans point view. Great to see Aberdeen fans showing so much interest. It is a pity though that this level of interest isn’t sustained on a weekly basis. If it were Aberdeen would have been able to compete with the Glasgow clubs and it may not have been such a long time since they last picked up a trophy or a title.
I agree with neepheid however on his sentiments for returning as a paying customer. The institution club needs de-institutionalised and the institute needs to be abolished. Until this happens the words “fairness”, “justice” and “without fear nor favour” will remain just words with no value, true meaning nor morals in Scottish football.
I have no solution but like many have been saying for over 40 years what this blog has brought in to the public domain. I welcome the stance taken in continuing to expose and enlighten.

Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
Is there no end to blatant cheating where this outfit are concerned? Surely the world can see it now..! Disgraceful and another travesty of justice…more to come though, guaranteed….!

Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
E for this lurker.

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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Just heard that some of the peepul around my way will not be renewing ST’s as they will never subscribe through a vatican organisation. (I think they are confusing papal with something else!) 😳

Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Congratulations to the hierarchy in Scottish football. How imaganative and bold of them to arrange the fixtures and venues of the semis at Ibrox.
They obviously realised that if the things went against their establishment club / clumpany etc. that the locals would not have to suffer the ensuing riots and guttersnipe behaviour that a ” neutral venue” would have had to. Excellent vision on their behalf I must say.

Scottish football needs a strong sense of irony..!

Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
We had a discussion today amongst a group of mixed friends whilst watching semi final. One of our younger lads would not accept that Kenny McDowell had a distinguished career with celtic before going to rangers to have equal success in all fairness. Our young friend is of a mind that then now and forever would not include former celtic staff. (Youg diehard but nice lad). He took it upon himself to google Kenny McDowell and his face dropped to the floor as he read out the following:

Kenny McDowall (born 29 July 1963 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish footballer and is currently assistant manager at Scottish League 1 club Sevco 5088.

During his playing career he played for Partick Thistle and St. Mirren and featured in the 1987 Scottish Cup final as St. Mirren defeated Dundee United 1-0. He made a total of 291 appearances for St. Mirren and was rewarded with a testimonial in 1996 after twelve years service at the club.

After his playing career, he went into coaching and was appointed youth and reserve coach at Celtic in 1997.

After ten years at Celtic, McDowall switched to Glasgow rivals Rangers alongside manager Walter Smith and assistant manager Ally McCoist.[1] At the end of the 2010/2011 season and with Walter Smith’s departure, McDowall went from being first team coach at Rangers, to assistant manager to Ally McCoist.

Jump up ^ “Smith appointed boss of Rangers”. BBC Sport website. 10 January 2007.
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His last words were obviously that wickipedia are in the act to undermine the world record breaking 1872 club and have been fed this “information” by a football association hellbent on destroying Rangers F.C.

Ah Well…..!

About the The Scottish Football Monitor
From Billy Dodds’

“I can see that there was maybe a small advantage for the club but as players and coaches you don’t think about it.”


Half the players used ( Who didn’t think about it) during the period would not have been there unless they were happy with the financial aspects. That is, money in the hipper. Players of “superstar” status in Scottish terms must have been told what was going on. Whether they were clever enough to believe it was or wasn’t illegal is imaterial. These players gave the club a massive advantage and had the rest of Scottish football spending money they couldn’t afford to try and keep up with them.

Dodds is obviously talking keech as usual.

Stay with the Corruption name first, succulent lamb second choice.

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