Petition Requesting Clare Whyte Resign From Her Role As Compliance Officer

Barryhopez

Well-Known Member
#56
Once the petition is signed, where does it go that will make a difference? Does it get presented to the SFA and they require to respond or the likes?
 
#73
I still believe we have to take her and the SFA to court. Not as a club but as a support, because UEFA would go ballistic and changes would happen. Who appointed her and the others before her? The SFA it seems are continually punishing Rangers after the 5 way agreement. Do we know everything about this agreement, if not get them into court as they are not impartial and upholding the laws of the game ensuring fair play
PS Rangers were just mentioned on politics live about EBTS, as an example of tax evasion. A huge number of people throughout the country are now having to pay large bills, retrospectively.
 

GourockBlue50

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#78
The CO role itself is completely at odds with the laws (written and unwritten) of the game and just adds to the tinpot, cartoon nature of our game.

Planet football has and is agonising over VAR as it fundamentally changes the way our game is officiated - It means no longer do we have one point of authority on game changing decisions.

Well, the SFA have back-doored a system where incidents can be taken at random and re-refereed after the fact.

The CO activity has seen us disadvantaged through lack of key players at crucial times in the season and could potentially cost us majorly going forward.

Even Alfie's transfer value has been affected.
If we can prove this we should be taking them to court.
 

GR6Ger

Well-Known Member
#80
Probably, but what do u suggest?
That the compliance officer continues to dish out bans in the manner that she does suggests that the SFA are more than happy with how she goes about her job.

We know the clubs (bar one) aren't happy with the process - it's up to them to force change.
 

Hehaw

Well-Known Member
#87
It's not the SFA we should be highlighting this to it's Fifa. Fifa and UEFA have both stated that the re-refereeing of games should not occur which has happened with the Flanagan incident.

The ref saw the incident, made a decision and that decision has now been changed after the game with or without the consent of the ref involved.
 

Dbear 65

Well-Known Member
#95
That the compliance officer continues to dish out bans in the manner that she does suggests that the SFA are more than happy with how she goes about her job.

We know the clubs (bar one) aren't happy with the process - it's up to them to force change.
Understand what ur saying bud but we need to be proactive, not wait on somebody else maybe doing something!
 
I appreciate these things don't usually get anywhere, but at least it gets the fact that she is clearly biased against us out there.

It only takes a few seconds to sign and share on Social Media.

Just under 13,000 signatures already.

https://www.change.org/p/scottish-f...xp=message-14294333-en-GB&share_bandit_var=v1
Whilst I fully support the cause and appreciate the effort, it looks as though it was written in Hungarian and then put through Google translate. A more professional approach is required if these mhutants are to be ousted.
 
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