Hi Maria how's the sleep going
IMOIt would appear that Morelos actions in the last game against Celtic has come to the notice of The Times,the reaction of our supports on twitter has lead them to comment that it is the Bampots on the Internet that is setting the media agenda,because of the the outpouring of feelings expressed Celtic have requested a meeting with SFA to discuss the report of submitted by Beaton that was 6 days ago and as yet they have not received a reply,sorry but how difficult is it to say to Beaton you need to come to a meeting with Celtic tomorrow at 10 am,this is just another delaying tactic in the hope that that it disappears, we can't let this die we need to keep up the pressure HH
The fact grown men pretend by telling porkies that liquidation did not kill them tells you everything you need to know.IMO
In his starry eyed state Beaton got carried away with the occasion .
Ibrokes full off his pals and like minded folk ,he simply forgot to hide his bias then by all accounts he could not resist heading down the pub to knock back a few jars to end the day on a high note . The very fact that the no one in the MSM deam this to be a story worth investigating tells me all I need to know about what is going on in this country regards sevco 2012 ,media and the peepil running football .
It is corrupt to the core ,pure and simple
I would suggest that cheating requires an employer's or an accrediting body's disdain for corrupt action (such as in an examination at college or plegarising another's work.) However, I get the sense that the cabal at the SFA are turning a blind eye (Horatio Nelson style) to the obvious misdeeds of the MIB.......so perhaps they see it more a case of bending the rules ....or worse making an exception!In this instance it's not a case of the supporters getting on thier backs,it is for them to look inwardly at themselves and what has taken place in past seasons and foremost the present one ,the decisions taken by Beaton Madden and one one or two others is a farce,beyond belief in some cases supported by thier Lords and masters the SFA and the SFPL, honest mistakes are one thing blatant cheating is something else
yep it's not hard applying the rules to everyone ,,,unless you don't know them or ignore them simplesAccording to reports the refs had a meeting in Edinburgh and want the criticism to stop simple solution to that one is do your jobs properly and cut out the so called honest mistakes and stop favouring the team out of Ibrox