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Kaiser

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When is the compliance officer due to punish the Covid breach players? Will they be available v Livi?
It's been two weeks since it happened. Rangers have fined them, and two have now played in a European tie.

Any action now just opens up the whole system to extreme ridicule. Not that they haven't experienced that before though.

Don't expect it to happen particularly with the inaction on Dubai, but it's Rangers, after all. Nothing is ever logical.
 

sheddensbear

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Steven Gerrarchas 3 knock out ties as Rangers manager, won 2 lost 1. Brenda has 5 knock out ties with Liverpool, Ceptic and Leicester and 5 defeats. Brenda should be phoning SG.
 

bilkobear

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They still have that Big Massive Dubai Anchor holding them back.
The press simply won't touch this.
It is the elephant in the room.

This nonsense about The Filth being given permission for the Dubai trip is all very well.
But no one in Government expected them to see it as an invitation to go on the piss because they had flown out of Covid stricken Scotland.
As for the SFA they daren't bring this up, because they are either run by Celtc fans or frightened of Celtc fans.
It is a total disgrace either way.

Rangers accepted seven-game bans for their players, which were very severe as the disease was affecting society more severely.
However, the lack of action over Dubai has changed all of that.

The arrogance of Filth FC and their over-entitled supporters to assume that it is okay to host a piss up in Dubai whilst passing the Covid germ around, but to get together in Scotland is somehow a different and more serious crime, is off the Richter scale breathtaking!

Either they are the thickest cvunts on the planet, or the cultural grooming of a politically perverted Scotland has led them to believe that they are untouchable in more ways than one.

If bans arrive for our clowns, I will be sorely angered and hugely disappointed if our club doesn't put this blatant discrepancy of standards into the public forum.
 
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Ghost of Troubled Joe

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The press simply won't touch this.
It is the elephant in the room.

This nonsense about The Filth being given permission for the Dubai trip is all very well.
But no one in Government expected them to see it as a right to go on the piss because they had flown out of Covid stricken Scotland.
As for the SFA they daren't bring this up, because they are either run by Celtc fans or frightened of Celtc fans.
It is a total disgrace either way.

Rangers accepted seven-game bans for their players, which were very severe as the disease was affecting society more severely.
However, the lack of action over Dubai has changed all of that.

The arrogance of Filth FC and their over-entitled supporters to assume that it is okay to host a piss up in Dubai whilst passing the Covid germ around, but to get together in Scotland is somehow a different and more serious crime, is off the Richter scale breathtaking!

Either they are the thickest cvunts on the planet, or the cultural grooming of a politically perverted Scotland has led them to believe that they are untouchable in more ways than one.

If bans arrive for our clowns, I will be sorely angered and hugely disappointed if our club doesn't put this blatant discrepancy of standards into the public forum.
They've practically hamstrung themselves over applying sanctions, fines or bans.
 

Govan36

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It's been two weeks since it happened. Rangers have fined them, and two have now played in a European tie.

Any action now just opens up the whole system to extreme ridicule. Not that they haven't experienced that before though.

Don't expect it to happen particularly with the inaction on Dubai, but it's Rangers, after all. Nothing is ever logical.
Let's not forget they were punished under Scottish law AS WELL by receiving the appropriate punishment as dictated by the law, a fixed penalty.

Before anybody (SMSM for example ) harps on about how professional footballers might see that fixed penalty as paltry, the punishment is not means tested whether it be for MSPs, billionaires, newspaper " journalists" or the unemployed.
 
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