"Broadfoot is a coward"

bilkobear

Well-Known Member
#51
DJ steps forth to do a proper piece of journalism regarding this issue.
Shame he seems to be one of the very few capable of such.
In this, he is prepared to sideline the collectively enforced narrative of the day to reveal an analytical uncovering of what in most honest societies would be considered truth-telling, ...or even stating the obvious.

In the Aberdeen game, Morelos was accused of simulation.
simulation
noun

  • the action of pretending; deception.
    "clever simulation that's good enough to trick you"
When the pictures showed that this accusation was false, the irony was as the situation became clear, that those who sought to deceive Clancy the referee, were, in fact, the Aberdeen goalkeeper and Considine the perpetrator of the foul upon Alfredo.
Their actions in the immediate aftermath were to convince the referee falsely that Morelos had dived even although both clearly knew this to be an outrageous lie.
Clancy bought their simulated indignation and the injustice was confirmed.
The later further injustice that saw Alfredo denied truth and fairness before a kangaroo court merely confirmed what we all already suspected, that this is no level playing field and the entire corrupt system is a stain on decency.

Had Alfredo been properly exonerated than we all know that Considine and Lewis would never have had their respective simulations punished.

Now we come to Broadfoot and the unprovoked assault outside of the match that he inflicted on an unsuspecting victim from behind in the most cowardly manner.
Not just is Broadfoot stepping into criminality in his abominable behaviour, clearly, when Alfredo responds to defend himself by a push, which in the circumstances was certainly in the parameters of reasonable force and unquestionably an act of self-defence, Broadfoot then compounds his cowardice and malice by shamefully simulating that he has been punched.

That the entire fiasco is then spun in the Scottish press as Morelos facing possible punishment despite being an obvious victim, when Morelos is then awarded a smidgin of proper justice by the matter correctly being dropped aganst him, he has to again see that the original culprit is again let off Scot free without a single murmur of impartial scrutiny by a press no longer hiding their totally biased one-eyed agenda in relation to this player, who is now nothing less than a target to be hounded by a villainous, corrupt and disreputable football establishment.

Then on here, we have people asking why so few of us care for the SFA's international team?
Really?
 

bornabluenose

Well-Known Member
#55
There is many an ex Ranger who gets it tight from some on here, some justified, some way over the top .

Broadfoot is an utter embarrassment , he fully deserves everything that comes his way , in fact ,what he did to Jack was enough for me.

He is lower than a hate filled tarrier in my book , any respect he earned as an ex Ranger has been totally obliterated.

There is blotting your copy book and then there is going full nuclear, Broadfoot chose to do the latter.
 

Avengers

Well-Known Member
#56
It makes it worse because he played for us many times and he is meant to be one of us, the kind of behaviour we would expect from a Tim or a Sheep not one of our own.
 

George Goudie

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#60
I really can't work out how Broadfoot got away with this, he instigated it then feigned injury .How can they find anyone guilty in the future for similar offences.
This is why we need a referees analyst working directly for the club.

Another incident WILL occur at some point in the next couple of seasons.

Let's keep an eye on this one.
 

dazzapat

Well-Known Member
#61
Compare that incident against those that involved Morelos v the dhims in December.

The agenda is clear for all to see, yet no one is calling it out for what it is...

This is an open door for the club to step through but they won’t.

We were subjected to 2 weeks worth of Morelos/Rangers bad, their silence following this incident should resonate loudly with every Rangers fan.

We are on our own as a club here, and we need to stand together. Stop the infighting and start making our collective voice heard....
 

VMS

Well-Known Member
#75
He's a prick trying to injure one of our players,he's a fcking rat that better never get welcomed back to the club that probably set the price up for life
 
#78
DJ steps forth to do a proper piece of journalism regarding this issue.
Shame he seems to be one of the very few capable of such.
In this, he is prepared to sideline the collectively enforced narrative of the day to reveal an analytical uncovering of what in most honest societies would be considered truth-telling, ...or even stating the obvious.

In the Aberdeen game, Morelos was accused of simulation.
simulation
noun

  • the action of pretending; deception.
    "clever simulation that's good enough to trick you"
When the pictures showed that this accusation was false, the irony was as the situation became clear, that those who sought to deceive Clancy the referee, were, in fact, the Aberdeen goalkeeper and Considine the perpetrator of the foul upon Alfredo.
Their actions in the immediate aftermath were to convince the referee falsely that Morelos had dived even although both clearly knew this to be an outrageous lie.
Clancy bought their simulated indignation and the injustice was confirmed.
The later further injustice that saw Alfredo denied truth and fairness before a kangaroo court merely confirmed what we all already suspected, that this is no level playing field and the entire corrupt system is a stain on decency.

Had Alfredo been properly exonerated than we all know that Considine and Lewis would never have had their respective simulations punished.

Now we come to Broadfoot and the unprovoked assault outside of the match that he inflicted on an unsuspecting victim from behind in the most cowardly manner.
Not just is Broadfoot stepping into criminality in his abominable behaviour, clearly, when Alfredo responds to defend himself by a push, which in the circumstances was certainly in the parameters of reasonable force and unquestionably an act of self-defence, Broadfoot then compounds his cowardice and malice by shamefully simulating that he has been punched.

That the entire fiasco is then spun in the Scottish press as Morelos facing possible punishment despite being an obvious victim, when Morelos is then awarded a smidgin of proper justice by the matter correctly being dropped aganst him, he has to again see that the original culprit is again let off Scot free without a single murmur of impartial scrutiny by a press no longer hiding their totally biased one-eyed agenda in relation to this player, who is now nothing less than a target to be hounded by a villainous, corrupt and disreputable football establishment.

Then on here, we have people asking why so few of us care for the SFA's international team?
Really?
Fud was working on a House directly across from him when he signed for Blackpool & he seamed a Fanny, know some of his Family from Drongan
 

simply_the_best

Well-Known Member
#79
What an utter wanksock he has turned out to be.

I used to stick up for him all the time on this forum when he was a Rangers player.

Last weekend me and many others enjoyed telling him what he is when he tried to give abuse to the Broomloan.
I've stuck up for him as well bud, not that long ago either but I was disgusted at what he did to Alfie, cowardly is putting it nicely.
 
#81
Walk up to the prick in the street. Film yourself calling him an orange bastard and watch him shit himself.
All Tims want to kick his head in, but he doesn’t get it
Prick.
 

Rangerista

Well-Known Member
#82
When Broadfoot signed for Rangers in 2007, in the statement he gave to the club website you could not have read of a more delighted young player, his pride in soon to be playing for his boyhood heroes was tangible. Twelve years on he's behaving like a tuareg and trashing any residual good feeling we may have had for him.
 

gersfanal

Well-Known Member
#83
To call Broadfoot a Coward as per the OP is, to my mind, way off the mark !

Far too many letters in that Post Header, four would be more than appropriate, C--T !
 

Ponientebear

Well-Known Member
#87
Something that maybe the club should have said........................................................................................................................... then again maybe not.
............
 

Ponientebear

Well-Known Member
#88
Anyone who thinks it’s a good idea to put a raw egg in a microwave oven really should be expected to have much of a brain for walking and talking properly, never mind playing football.
 

Dontwasteit!

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#90
I’ve no issue with former players giving their all for their new clubs, in fact I would expect it. And that extends to celebrating goals etc too.

But time and time again Broadfoot goes out his way (home & away) to antagonise our players and support. I used to admire Broadfoot as he was someone with limited ability but made the most of it and worked hard to cement his place in a successful Rangers team. Now he’s just a loathsome c*nt.
 

LOL 133

Well-Known Member
#91
For anyone that doesn't understand the press bias against us just consider how it would have been reported had any of our players behaved the way Broadfoot did with Morelos and Jack?

Of course our club say nothing.
 
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