Keef Jackson Rangers: 'detachment from reality'

jexx

Well-Known Member
#51
Isn't it so telling, the morons in the Scottish press who throw out stories as soon as their team has some bad news? Deflect ,deflect .deflect!
Keech, Spiers Keevens etc, shame on the whole lot of you, bodyswerving "THE BIG STORY!" over in the East end of the city. Shameless b---ards.
 
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Bluenose1979

Well-Known Member
#52
Jackson is 100% backing the club's line about trial by Sportscene. Apart from the fact he is factually incorrect and there is zero chance that the incident was only captured from one angle, but rather the editorial of the programmes/highlights elected not to broadcast the others, he is effectively saying that it is in the hands of broadcasters to apply as much or as little coverage to any given incident and therefore influence the process.

The man is an absolute balloon.
 

Warren Hill

Well-Known Member
#54
Im starting to think Sturgeon has passed some new law in Scotland.
"Should Rangers put in a good performance or achieve any good result all media must lambast them, find fault, report negativity all week and keep at it like a dog with a bone."
 

buffalosoldier

Well-Known Member
#56
his article today has literally blown my mind. Has an outright pop then he uses this 'photo' & I use the term photo very loosley...


Talk about trolling us??



What a wanker.

He's actually playing right into our hands with this one.

"The Simunovic incident was captured from one single only and shown at full speed"

No, ya luncheon meat faced fuckin shitbag, it would've most certainly been captured from many angles and any video can be slowed down - the SFA would just have to ask Sky to give them the footage.

Thus, we have definitive proof that the SFA and the media are complicit in the way the game is run up here regarding disciplinary issues. For the benefit of one club only.
 

DougieJones

Well-Known Member
#57
Jackson’s journalistic career was over the day Dave King and the 3 Bears took over. We know it, he knows it, the birds in the trees know it. All he is now is one of Peter’s little poodles, with an axe to grind. Would be sad if it wasn’t so pathetic. Is he really saying we’re a dirtier team than, say Motherwell or Aberdeen? I can’t recall a bad tackle we’ve made all season.
 

dublinbluenose

Well-Known Member
#58
The likes of Jackson are becoming irrelevant to the rangers support as we are getting our news on rangers from other sources.i get my reliable news on all things rangers from the daily update on H&H and they are pissing all over the Jackson etal with the interviews they do.
 

norm1890

Well-Known Member
#59
If I was Keef and caring about integrity in Scottish football then I would be considering thef ollowing.

The Daily Record yesteeday published more stories than any other paper on the child abuse tragedy - seven pages in all - and yet, unlike the other papers, they did not use Celtic in a single headline. That must have been a decision taken at editorial conference level. No doubt.

Scandalous and could perhaps be added to the conversation. If those Rangers fans who still buy it needed a reason not to there it is , and right in front of them.
I read it in the pub and that what struck me. Not a single mention of Celtic. Quite astonishing.
 

tazzabear

Well-Known Member
#62
What on earth is he talking about?

Is he saying the panel are only allowed to look at what is actually shown on the day or Sportscene?

It would've been captured by more than one camera and can be slowed down if needed.

But if it is what he implies then it is more evidence of the trial by Sportscene farce.
He’s actually pointed out why the system is unfair and the evidence the c/o uses weighted.
 
#64
"Vigorously defending Flanagan". I have not seem a statement from Rangers or Gerrard defending the actions of Flanagan. I would imagine Gerard has had a word with him about what he did and the impact it could've had in the game.

We are challenge the inconsistencies and lack of transparency around the rules of refereeing in Scotland because something isn't right. The rule has always been if the ref reports an incident and has been seen to have dealt with the issue especially giving a yellow card, that is the end of the matter. Not lets selectivley pull out a couple of Rangers players and then give a retrospective red card for an incident he has already been yellow carded for.
 

tazzabear

Well-Known Member
#65
So using a picture of Defoe being elbowed proves his point does it? :oops:
The idea that the challenge on Defoe was picked up by only one camera is a worry in itself.
In fact, I’d suggest it’s a lie.
There is a camera at the Broomloan and another in the SJ that saw other parts of the game.
Does the claim that the incident was picked up by only one camera mean that these other cameras were switched off at that particular moment?
 
#66
It's really obvious whats going on here.

Negative articles about Rangers = more pageviews and eyes on article.

They will be able to see this in their site Analytics. Therefore, conclusion is create more negative articles about Rangers
 

Lawsome

Well-Known Member
#69
Whataboutery is a word used by these fascists to silence us from defending ourselves in the form of highlighting hypocrisy. They silence us to continue with the status quo.

I'm also getting sick of every article saying Brown was hit in the face. Not once of the Morelos, Kent or Flanagan incident is there any contact with his face. Very sinister.
 

DougieJones

Well-Known Member
#71
I’m ashamed to confess I bought this rag on the Monday after the OF win. Afterwards I felt dirty and will never do it again (until we win the league, then I’ll probably frame it).
 
#72
Not really a surprise this one, the more obvious and clear the corruption is the more effort will be put into defending it and shouting ur para. Next season is going to be much much worse because you get the feeling SG has had time to make his errors, improve things understand the league and Rangers should get off to a good start putting Celtic under pressure from the first weekend.

It was interesting to see a thread on here about a friendly referee being interviewed on superscoreboard, never heard of that before, i think we will see much more of this as we continue picking up the reds and being on the end of most of the controversial decisions. During the match and ofcourse afterwards when someones suspended by BT/SKY/BBC.
 

Dave Angell

Well-Known Member
#75
The fact we're defending Flanagan for me is less to do with his actions on the day, and more to do with the utter farce of a review system that sees our players constantly pulled up for misdemeanors that other players, notably the filths, get away with.

The club have rightly highlighted the inconsistency and selectiveness of this sham.
 

Der Berliner

Well-Known Member
#76
It seems KJ (haven`t heard of him for a while) have been away in the Hooped Horros universe and failed to exit the right warp channel. Thus, he`s clearly suffering from a mild to moderate bout of the Disfunctional Reality Perception Syndrome, a plague known to very virulent over in said galaxy.
 

geoallison

Well-Known Member
#77
“Whataboutery”. I f#cking detest that term.

When defending yourself, you have to bring up evidence from previous incidents to highlight your own innocence.

If the SFA has acted fairly in the past then we would accept Flanagan’s ban. However, they have made this mess themselves. Overturning Bachmann’s red card at Ibrox, missing various Scott Brown elbows/kicks off the ball and now Simunovic on Sunday.

Even with that one angle at full speed, Keith, you can see clearly Simunovic elbowed Defoe.

You and your so called ‘journalist’ buddies are part of the problem with Scottish Football. If you called out everything fairly and put pressure on the governing bodies we could see change for the better in Scotland and make it a footballing nation to be proud of again. But no, you won’t do that just to benefit one club, a club who have tried to cover up the biggest scandal ever seen.

Something you still won’t talk about.

Go f#ck yourself Jackson you cretinous scumbag.
Sums up that muppet and his kind perfectly.
 

Cyberniv

Well-Known Member
#78
He has never got over the millionaire, wealth of the radar debacle where he misled the entire Rangers support due to his own lazy incompetence.
He carried an element of trust with readers up to that point. Since then it's blown, and most have recognised him for the bungling and floundering irrelevance he has become. A joke figure only fit for ridicule.
To hear this petty minded clown drone on about "reality" and "learning from mistakes" takes him into the category of a wilfully spiteful troll as well.

Alternatively, I could be wrong and he is merely trying to divert attention from another story about another club in Scottish football. Notice how I managed to avoid mentioning the subject of the story and the name of the club.
He should recognise that.
 

sheddensbear

Well-Known Member
#80
Flanagan----multiple camera angles.
Suminovic---one camera angle. Do these pesky people only switch on all cameras at certain times ?
Keith is trolling or stupid. I suspect both
 

Der Berliner

Well-Known Member
#81
You see, it was in the same game, but there haven`t been 6 cameras on Simunovic, for some reason or another. Nor was there any trial by media.

But even if ... we had that game Hibs vs Scum a wee while back where Simunovic did this to Oli Shaw ...



... and they sat on that and there was "no sufficient evidence" (it was cut out of the SPFL highlights) to charge him. I mean, you look at that even as a neutral and think: What? What more do they need to see but that one angle alone?

At the game, Simunovic did not even get a yellow card.


Interestingly enough, said highlights did show a blatant dive by Burke. Remembering one of the first acts of the first CO regarding Aluko, you would expect a citing and a ban offered.

Go to roundabout 3.50 mins in

... needless to say, Burke wasn`t booked either.
 

Staunch!

Active Member
#82
No, the club are 150% right to continue to highlight these inaccuracies & bring them into the public. Has to be done.

Raging the fact he's casting the 'whataboutery' crap back up! It's not relevant to this point.

Celtic only have 1 compliance officer pull up and no action. This fact in itself disproves the 'whataboutery' theory. It's at best negligence.

Liewell again having his media puppet push a bull***t narrative to deflect from his puppet compliant office!.
 

BlueSeaOfIbrox

Well-Known Member
#87
If Flanagan was a red so was sumonovic, his was actually worse yet he seems to be getting away with it.

Personally I think yellows for both would've been suffice. Old firm is always gonna be a heated match with high tensions, to an extent it's better to let it play on and be a bit lenient with the rules or it'd turn into a 1v1
 

Ryan mcgregor

Well-Known Member
#88
Do we really expect anything else from a recycled bog paper and a failing journalist who will be lucky to be working in three years they way that bog rolls joke circulation its as good as finished.
 

sw26

Well-Known Member
#93
I will genuinely die happy if I never have to read the word ‘whataboutery’ ever again.

Not actually reading the article as it’s Keech and therefore utterly worthless.
 

barrheadbear

Well-Known Member
#94
his article today has literally blown my mind. Has an outright pop then he uses this 'photo' & I use the term photo very loosley...


Talk about trolling us??



What a wanker.



I take it Jackson's puppet master Peter Liewell was on the blower telling him to put the boot into the bad ol' Gers once again.

Well it seems Steve Clarke totally agrees with our wish for greater transparency. Will Jackson have a go at him tomorrow, won't hold my breath.
 

donka

Well-Known Member
#96
Lennon himself said that any strike to the face is a straight red card. Even in that shitty wee photo he used in the article you can see Simunovic hitting Defoe in the face. What is he trying to defend?
 

Mexi

Well-Known Member
#97
If I was Keef and caring about integrity in Scottish football then I would be considering thef ollowing.

The Daily Record yesteeday published more stories than any other paper on the child abuse tragedy - seven pages in all - and yet, unlike the other papers, they did not use Celtic in a single headline. That must have been a decision taken at editorial conference level. No doubt.

Scandalous and could perhaps be added to the conversation. If those Rangers fans who still buy it needed a reason not to there it is , and right in front of them.
Just like the grooming gangs suddenly became Asian men, this will be a Scottish football scandal. The other clubs will be dragged in to protect their "good" name, thanks to the bigots of the press
 
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