Length of time since each club in the Scottish Premiership have had a penalty in a league match

I’d ask how they’d try to spin this one but then I realised they won’t bother. This is exactly the situation they’ve been aiming for all along. They’re insidious and it’s terrifying how effective they are behind the scenes. Thank feck they are stuck in the tinpot Scottish league, can you imagine the riots that club and fans would cause all over England with their cloak and dagger dishonesty?

Case and point: they covered up child abuse, and the government is exempting them from an investigation. Manipulating the officials to get overwhelmingly favourable decisions in a football match is basic stuff at the House of Lies.
 

buster60

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Do we have the number of penalties awarded to each of those other SPFL teams in the time since we last got a penalty award?
 

monkey magic

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It would be incredible if we won the League without a penalty being awarded our way once. It would destroy those SPFL cheats.
 

Jan Žižka

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Thread from a year ago...

Beaton for example in his career has awarded Celtic 10 penalties, and Rangers 4. Willie Collum has awarded Celtic 20 penalties and awarded Rangers 11. Whyte and her predecessors have cited Rangers players for various alleged on field indiscretions, at a ratio of around 10:1. News reports yesterday suggested Boyd would be cited for his comments, and the response from Celtic was not to distance themselves from him, or to state that the club as a whole don’t share his views, but to state “We have had absolutely no contact from the SFA in relation to this matter and, given the context and circumstances in which the comments were made, would be astonished if the matter were to be progressed. If it is, then we will respond robustly."
 

monkey magic

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I’d ask how they’d try to spin this one but then I realised they won’t bother. This is exactly the situation they’ve been aiming for all along. They’re insidious and it’s terrifying how effective they are behind the scenes. Thank feck they are stuck in the tinpot Scottish league, can you imagine the riots that club and fans would cause all over England with their cloak and dagger dishonesty?

Case and point: they covered up child abuse, and the government is exempting them from an investigation. Manipulating the officials to get overwhelmingly favourable decisions in a football match is basic stuff at the House of Lies.
Celtc deliberately and physically intimidated refs into submission and caused a ref strike in 2010. Nobody cared. They hijacked both the SPFL and SFA with their own placemen. Nobody cared. We're now living with the consequences of their gangsterism, and Scottish football's failure to stand up to them.
 

1288Bear

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Celtc deliberately and physically intimidated refs into submission and caused a ref strike in 2010. Nobody cared. They hijacked both the SPFL and SFA with their own placemen. Nobody cared. We're now living with the consequences of their gangsterism, and Scottish football's failure to stand up to them.
And - in the aftermath of the refs strike they even had their own QC appointed to rewrite the rule book for the SFA.
 

Chris-to-pher

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That’s an unbelievable stat. Be interesting to see what happens in the coming months. Maybe get refs queuing up to award us a pen when 3-0 up but nil nil at the piggery we’ve no chance.
 

Hazylight1989

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That statistic is very misleading - if we get a penalty on Sunday then we go to the top of the charts. Penalties per game, penalties awarded that shouldn't have been and penalties not given that should have would be far better stats (although they would be equally damming I think)
 

StuGers

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Thread from a year ago...

Beaton for example in his career has awarded Celtic 10 penalties, and Rangers 4. Willie Collum has awarded Celtic 20 penalties and awarded Rangers 11. Whyte and her predecessors have cited Rangers players for various alleged on field indiscretions, at a ratio of around 10:1. News reports yesterday suggested Boyd would be cited for his comments, and the response from Celtic was not to distance themselves from him, or to state that the club as a whole don’t share his views, but to state “We have had absolutely no contact from the SFA in relation to this matter and, given the context and circumstances in which the comments were made, would be astonished if the matter were to be progressed. If it is, then we will respond robustly."
Yip, very strange that Boyd was cited yet still hasn’t been brought forward.
 

Shengus Malengus

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That statistic is very misleading - if we get a penalty on Sunday then we go to the top of the charts. Penalties per game, penalties awarded that shouldn't have been and penalties not given that should have would be far better stats (although they would be equally damming I think)
It's not "very misleading". It's as fucking glaringly corrupt as it gets.

If we "get a penalty on Sunday" we'll have had one penalty in almost a calendar year.

Nope, still not very misleading for me.
 

Harrogate Bluenose

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Just watched the linesman on st mirren tv takea hissy fit waving his flag for a freekick to celtic. Celtic then score from. It was never a freekick. The st mirren player played the ball. What a joke. And listening to the dick Lennon (danny) at ht I might as well be watching celtic tv.

Officials are bending over backwards for them.
 

foreverblue

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I see cheatin Beaton denied St Mirren a stonewaller again tonight for a Duffy handball in the box...
 

Macdonsj

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Look for another one given to make up for the miss

Refs would be as well starting the game with a Celtic kick off on the opposition penalty spot
 

Partickger

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Look for another one given to make up for the miss

Refs would be as well starting the game with a Celtic kick off on the opposition penalty spot
They’d be as well starting with a one goal lead against ten men. That’s the kind of banana republic stuff we’re seeing from Scottish officials.
 

PortoyMortoy

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Sounds like another blinder from the referees who know what's at stake this season. Has Alan Muir refereed a match since giving Kilmarnock a penalty against that lot?
 

Balogun1

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I’d ask how they’d try to spin this one but then I realised they won’t bother. This is exactly the situation they’ve been aiming for all along. They’re insidious and it’s terrifying how effective they are behind the scenes. Thank feck they are stuck in the tinpot Scottish league, can you imagine the riots that club and fans would cause all over England with their cloak and dagger dishonesty?

Case and point: they covered up child abuse, and the government is exempting them from an investigation. Manipulating the officials to get overwhelmingly favourable decisions in a football match is basic stuff at the House of Lies.
Superb post and bang on the money.
 
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