Complience Officer nonsense

sheddensbear

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There is outrage on here about the Complience officer but I think we are aiming at the wrong target. She (he) will be selected on a religious basis, but is only doing the legal paperwork. The target has to be the people who decide who is getting cited. The agenda starts with the media who decide which of our players need punished, then this passed to refereeing officials to decide if an offence is committed.
Perfect example is the last Celtic v Hibs game. Two players yellow carded, one gets highlighted on Sportscene. Questions if it should have been a red card, player cited despite everybody being told for years that if the referee deemed an offence a yellow card, that was it.
 

Tagsbear

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There is outrage on here about the Complience officer but I think we are aiming at the wrong target. She (he) will be selected on a religious basis, but is only doing the legal paperwork. The target has to be the people who decide who is getting cited. The agenda starts with the media who decide which of our players need punished, then this passed to refereeing officials to decide if an offence is committed.
Perfect example is the last Celtic v Hibs game. Two players yellow carded, one gets highlighted on Sportscene. Questions if it should have been a red card, player cited despite everybody being told for years that if the referee deemed an offence a yellow card, that was it.
Pretty much everybody is pointing out what you have here bud!
 

uneasydaz

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There is outrage on here about the Complience officer but I think we are aiming at the wrong target. She (he) will be selected on a religious basis, but is only doing the legal paperwork. The target has to be the people who decide who is getting cited. The agenda starts with the media who decide which of our players need punished, then this passed to refereeing officials to decide if an offence is committed.
Perfect example is the last Celtic v Hibs game. Two players yellow carded, one gets highlighted on Sportscene. Questions if it should have been a red card, player cited despite everybody being told for years that if the referee deemed an offence a yellow card, that was it.
Conveniently bbc waited untill after the deadline for cited to show a clip of the Brown tackle on there twitter page to ask if it was a red
 

Cyberniv

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Conveniently bbc waited untill after the deadline for cited to show a clip of the Brown tackle on there twitter page to ask if it was a red
This allows them to later claim balance if complaints mount up.
It is as sleekit as you would expect from the coterie of celtic shills currently in place at BBC Scotland Sport.
 

Truebluebrian82

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I would have hoped the person in question gets all the games the day after there played to watch the FULL games and decide for themselves if they see anything not waiting for the dumb fucks on scortscene or in the papers to point them in the direction of incidents? Surely that’s what the role should involve?
 

bilkobear

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I would have hoped the person in question gets all the games the day after there played to watch the FULL games and decide for themselves if they see anything not waiting for the dumb fucks on scortscene or in the papers to point them in the direction of incidents? Surely that’s what the role should involve?
It is a totally flawed role, supported by a totally flawed system of retrospective justice or should that be injustice?

Unless all the games in Scotland are viewed by an independent panel of adjudicators, which isn't going to happen, then all we are left with is selective judicial interference which on the evidence appears to lack objectivity.

So flawed is it, that it is open to corruption and bias and instead of ensuring a level fairness in the sport, it instead deforms the sporting outcome in a manner that reduces our competitions to nothing more than a loaded game.
One club is benefitting from this farce and the only transparent aspect of the nonsense is that it is clear to see exactly who that club is.
 

Thornliebank_Bear

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I think the part we are missing in this is the refs, as well as Rangers being the club that quickly picks up the softest/most yella and red cards(while Celtic get 0 bookings or the odd sending off in injury time) they also seem to be quite comfortable changing decisions which result in negative press coverage or kiddin on they didnt see something at the time to allow Celtics C/O to punish opposition player/Rangers player.
 

Bordersbear

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Nope, she’s had the opportunity to cite numerous players from the team she supports, she didn’t.

So she needs to be in the spotlight every bit as much as the fućkpigs that put her in situ.
There is a contributor on an article in the Evening Times comments section who stated that she is a season ticket holder at Ibrox - the name of the contriburor none other than a Mr John James.

the other contributors are comedy gold and surprise surprise back up the current system as it stands
 

Iainrfc04

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I'd rather it was scrapped & decisions in games were sorted in 90 minutes.
Sick of every decision being reviewed to death
 

norm1890

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There should be total transparency. Not hard to set up a spreadsheet which lists the games, the incidents and thoughts on review, and who if anyone has asked for a specific incident to be reviewed.. That does not mean there needs to be a decision by the panel one way or the other. But the thinking is clear.
 

ecossebear

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They just need to get some consistency! Stop trying to change descriptions of what constitutes a red card. Go back to the old days where a kick out, no matter how trivial (Beckham against Argentina?) gets a red card and none of this 'excessive force or brutality' nonsense. That way everyone knows where they stand and all players of all teams can start bloody behaving themselves. They we need to stop the conspiracy theories that make us almost as bad as them and accept that the referees are just bad at what they do, not actually biased or out to get us! Consistency is what we need! How can two players (McGregor and Alfie) carry out almost identical fouls in two separate games and two are red cards, and two are deemed okay? Our fans will say they are not red cards and the SFA are deliberately out to get us with last weeks retrospective action and upholding the red, while the filth will argue the SFA let us off earlier in the season out of favouritism. I just think they are incompotent.
 

btl456

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It is a totally flawed role, supported by a totally flawed system of retrospective justice or should that be injustice?

Unless all the games in Scotland are viewed by an independent panel of adjudicators, which isn't going to happen, then all we are left with is selective judicial interference which on the evidence appears to lack objectivity.

So flawed is it, that it is open to corruption and bias and instead of ensuring a level fairness in the sport, it instead deforms the sporting outcome in a manner that reduces our competitions to nothing more than a loaded game.
One club is benefitting from this farce and the only transparent aspect of the nonsense is that it is clear to see exactly who that club is.
That post sums up the whole stinking mess that scottish football has become.
 

BlueHaze

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This whole thing is set up to make up for glaring mistakes or incedents refs don't pick up on during games but it's turning out to be as inconsistent as the refs are judged to be.
 
The whole compliance thing needs binned anyway as players cited for revue can't get it done fairly due to prejudgement by the media. The whole system needs to be challenged legally.
 

Thasunke Witko

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There is a camera if not multiple cameras at every game in the top flight, the CO should be an ex ref from England whose sole purpose is to watch the games back from every angle possible the day after every game played and pull any individual up for any incident 'missed' by the match day officials
 

magicoop

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Why not allow each team involved in the game say 2-3 complaints to raise if they so wish.
If neither team has any issues with how the game was refereed then that should be that.
 

shrewed wullie cf2

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There is outrage on here about the Complience officer but I think we are aiming at the wrong target. She (he) will be selected on a religious basis, but is only doing the legal paperwork. The target has to be the people who decide who is getting cited. The agenda starts with the media who decide which of our players need punished, then this passed to refereeing officials to decide if an offence is committed.
Perfect example is the last Celtic v Hibs game. Two players yellow carded, one gets highlighted on Sportscene. Questions if it should have been a red card, player cited despite everybody being told for years that if the referee deemed an offence a yellow card, that was it.
im sure you mean complicit tim officer
 

wee bud's pit boots

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There is outrage on here about the Complience officer but I think we are aiming at the wrong target. She (he) will be selected on a religious basis, but is only doing the legal paperwork. The target has to be the people who decide who is getting cited. The agenda starts with the media who decide which of our players need punished, then this passed to refereeing officials to decide if an offence is committed.
Perfect example is the last Celtic v Hibs game. Two players yellow carded, one gets highlighted on Sportscene. Questions if it should have been a red card, player cited despite everybody being told for years that if the referee deemed an offence a yellow card, that was it.
The only target should be our board of directors.

They, with their dignified silence, are to blame.

Take the haters and their double standards/hypocrisy on.

Now you as a normal Rangers fan have identified one instance (in a series of thousands)

People on here will agree with you but can you imagine what would happen if the people running the club got their collective erchies in gear and stood up for us.

I'm 57, when FF got going in 1988, I was a younger crabbit b@stard.

But the song remains the same. If you don't defend the club at every turn, it is seen as weakness.
 
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