Michael D

Well-known member
Whilst I'm undoubtedly up for any action that protects our youngsters from the possible risk of long term brain damage caused by the constant heading of the ball, I can't help but be bemused by the SFA's reaction of getting straight in there.

In terms of rushing through some sort of legislation before all the facts are fully known and assessed. I think the F.A. are hauding back meantime as are many of the European clubs.

SFA looking for brownie points I reckon.
After all, it's been a long time, a very long time since any positive stuff has come their way. Also, they'd probably reckon it would help dispel the feeling that SFA really does mean s.f.a action