Craig Gordon Arfield could have been sent off

fazerboy

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Why don’t we get Jonny Hayes view on it?

If Arfield had planted his foot, he’d be in a bad way right now. He was lucky it was in motion.
Jonny Hayes is looking at his reflection on a spoon and thinking WTF am I looking at?
 

gersintaethum

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Same as Boyd over the last couple of years of his career, why is a current player allowed to have that type of platform to criticise officials with impunity?
 

Snakehips

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Remember when he was at Sunderland, his manager Steve Bruce essentially called him a shitebag because he would not come off his line.

Thats what I think of when I think of Craig Gordon.
 

MearnsUnionist

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Sportscene looking for red cards already

CRAIG GORDON reckons Rangers star Scott Arfield could've been sent off after the crunching tackle with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine.

The Dons stopper was shown a red card for the lunge but Arfield escaped any punishment at Pittodrie, as Gers ran out 1-0 winners.

And Hearts keeper Gordon claims Arfield jumped into the "meaty challenge" with two feet and could've walked.

Speaking on Sportscene, ex-Celtic keeper Gordon said: "No, I don't think so.

"You look at Arfield jumping in with two feet as well there.

"It was quite a meaty challenge from both players there.

"You look at that and I don't think you can complain about the red card.

"Both players are in serious danger of going for red cards the way they've both went in for that.

"I don't think you have any complaints when you see that back."

Tbf, Gordon said we played very well and thoroughly deserved to win.

That's more than what the lunatic fringe on the match thread were saying.
 

MightyGersLand!

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The impartial BBC at it again with their pundit lineup
Glad I don't watch that pish
It appears to me that Gordon said nothing of the sort.
Arfield did have studs up.
But consadine went though him.
And was rightly red carded.
I don't really see where Gordon contradicted that at first reading?

To keep on board with what's to come.
My general opinion on Gordon is that he's a self obsessed money grabbing tarrier lickspittle.
 

Midfield General

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Sportscene looking for red cards already

CRAIG GORDON reckons Rangers star Scott Arfield could've been sent off after the crunching tackle with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine.

The Dons stopper was shown a red card for the lunge but Arfield escaped any punishment at Pittodrie, as Gers ran out 1-0 winners.

And Hearts keeper Gordon claims Arfield jumped into the "meaty challenge" with two feet and could've walked.

Speaking on Sportscene, ex-Celtic keeper Gordon said: "No, I don't think so.

"You look at Arfield jumping in with two feet as well there.

"It was quite a meaty challenge from both players there.

"You look at that and I don't think you can complain about the red card.

"Both players are in serious danger of going for red cards the way they've both went in for that.

"I don't think you have any complaints when you see that back."
Arfield is an experienced player,he saw what was coming and got his feet off the ground,to say he was trying to injure c an opponent is the comment of someone looking through green tinted glasses.
 

Bring-on-55

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Sportscene looking for red cards already

CRAIG GORDON reckons Rangers star Scott Arfield could've been sent off after the crunching tackle with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine.

The Dons stopper was shown a red card for the lunge but Arfield escaped any punishment at Pittodrie, as Gers ran out 1-0 winners.

And Hearts keeper Gordon claims Arfield jumped into the "meaty challenge" with two feet and could've walked.

Speaking on Sportscene, ex-Celtic keeper Gordon said: "No, I don't think so.

"You look at Arfield jumping in with two feet as well there.

"It was quite a meaty challenge from both players there.

"You look at that and I don't think you can complain about the red card.

"Both players are in serious danger of going for red cards the way they've both went in for that.

"I don't think you have any complaints when you see that back."
And we let this prick train with us while his career was in limbo. Ungrateful wanker and still drinking in the Celtic hyperbole.
 

The Canny Man

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Was once told that the only penalty he ever saved in his entire career was Nicky Clark’s in the semi final shoot out in 2016.
 

Alpagers

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Arfield was committed to the challenge but saw that if he went through with it he was going to get his leg broken and lifted his legs at the last possible millisecond. It prevented him from receiving what, at his age, could have been a career ending challenge if his foot was planted
 

Blue Max

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And so the cheating starts by trying to place referees under pressure and perpetuate the myth that we have beneficial treatment. Arseholes
 

Wugs

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Sportscene looking for red cards already

CRAIG GORDON reckons Rangers star Scott Arfield could've been sent off after the crunching tackle with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine.

The Dons stopper was shown a red card for the lunge but Arfield escaped any punishment at Pittodrie, as Gers ran out 1-0 winners.

And Hearts keeper Gordon claims Arfield jumped into the "meaty challenge" with two feet and could've walked.

Speaking on Sportscene, ex-Celtic keeper Gordon said: "No, I don't think so.

"You look at Arfield jumping in with two feet as well there.

"It was quite a meaty challenge from both players there.

"You look at that and I don't think you can complain about the red card.

"Both players are in serious danger of going for red cards the way they've both went in for that.

"I don't think you have any complaints when you see that back."
 

tazzabear

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Super Ally said the same after the game. He said if he had got to the ball first he would have seen red, as he was also going in with feet off the ground and studs showing.

Not the way I saw it.
McCoist being a tosser,
Arfield’s studs are always pointing to the ground.
Even if he were correct, it didn’t happen anyway.
 
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