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Harrogate Bluenose

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Refs are already handing them points that they don't deserve. Their first goal came from a free kick that never was. They were given the benefit of the doubt for a dive for their penalty. St Boo were denied a penalty kick. Refs are already affecting how this League will pan out.
The freekick that lead to their equaliser is the kind of decisions made by clancy. Blatant cheating.
 

Paulski54

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As is the norm, the 1st OF tie of the season is typically (not always) but typically very early on in the season. We should have already have battered them and combined with the CL loss they'd be on the ropes already. The fixtures are very much fixed and is to give them as much time as possible to allow the papers back in, the first game being the very last round of fixtures is too much of a coincidence to suit 1 side.
I found it laughable that the super duper random computer picked the OF tie for the last match of the first round of ties, all to suit the timescale for fans being allowed back in and therefore highlighting and demonstrating the fact that the tarriers have just about everyone from govt to officials in their pockets, but I will laugh harder when the second wave of this thing hits us within the next few weeks no doubt, and puts the dampeners on their wee plan.
I do agree, however, that we should already have pumped them and be on such a good vein of form that we would be ripe for pumping them again at Ibrox, this time with the fans in attendance :)) :)) :))

I do reckon that given both our forms, I reckon we have started far better, played the better football and have had zero favours from any officials to help that cause, whereas they have had 2 pens so far, help with a man not being sent off and assisted in every other way possible in terms of favourable fixtures right at the beginning.

we have conceded zero. They have already conceded what, 3/4 and been outplayed at times by opposition, despite winning matches in the end they are very shaky. Shaky enough for us to fucking leather them
 

Blu_ultra

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Watched the game, absolute dire game, dont think it was a penalty at the end to be mcgrrgor gets the ball and st mirren playe then gets his legs tangled with mcgregors. They look so slow and unorganised at the back, plenty of chances for teams to get at them, sadly stmirrrn were not interested in leaving there own half until the last couple of mins
I watched the 2nd half. I'll take the blue tinted specs off here and give an honest opinion (I never watch them). They aren't great at the back. The little that St mirren attempted to attack them definitely caused them problems. I can absolutely see why they struggle in Europe. Any team with a wee bit of quality and ambition could cause them issues. They have a few match winners in edouard and plug. The rest of their team is quite workmanlike. We have more talent and play much better football.
 

Chapman billie

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Watched the whole game. My take on it - they are over dependent on Christie and to a lesser extent McGregor to make chances. Duffy will get them goals from set plays but is no better in defence than what they had. Their full backs are rotten. Ditto Klimala. Edouard was miles off it and his penalty miss was a shocker. The 2 penalty claims for St. Mirren were inconclusive but the free kick for the mhanks first goal was very soft. 2 minutes injury time was ridiculous but overall they did enough to win. They are far from great but will win most of their games. Its in our own hands. I think we are a better side all round but cant afford a collapse like last 2 seasons.
One final point - up till now I have been thinking its best to sell Morelos but after tonight I would love to see him Roofe Kent and Hagi go at that defence.
 

Gramps1

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No, refs are handing them points already that they don't deserve. Their first goal came from a free kick that never was. They were given the benefit of the doubt for a dive for their penalty. St Boo were denied a penalty kick. Refs are already affecting how this League will pan out.
Who was the ref
 

Kris1872

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Agreed, but to some extent, it was an understandable set-up on that day.

We were coming back from a draining Euro away fixture playing with 9 men, and they were top of the league and favourites.

Last season was just unforgivable. It still annoys me now.
That's right I forgot that was right after the UFA game.

Could tell last season after the first ten minutes what was happening .
 

LOL 133

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subtle cheating from officials, but cheating none the less, no game in this season should have only 2 minutes added time given the amount of subs being made, its a fucking joke.

As an aside they look shite so far this season, an incoherent mess, they’ll no doubt hit form eventually but any semi decent side would gub them.
This is the kind of statistics we should gather to prove the double standards at play.

It would be so simple to show how many minutes get added on for both us and them when the results are in the balance.

Same thing with calls to the Record Hotline. How many for and against us and them?

Same thing with the content of newspaper stories, radio sports programmes, Sportscene etc etc.

What about referrals to the CO?

What about bookings per fouls which Celtic seem to get the best of?

How many penalites per club?

What about Celtic's disciplinary record at home versus in Europe? Do Scottish refs treat them better than European refs? If so why?

Then there's the courts. How do the green and grey compare with others, especially our people?

The evidence is out there but there's no one to gather it.
 

Harrogate Bluenose

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I found it laughable that the super duper random computer picked the OF tie for the last match of the first round of ties, all to suit the timescale for fans being allowed back in and therefore highlighting and demonstrating the fact that the tarriers have just about everyone from govt to officials in their pockets, but I will laugh harder when the second wave of this thing hits us within the next few weeks no doubt, and puts the dampeners on their wee plan.
I do agree, however, that we should already have pumped them and be on such a good vein of form that we would be ripe for pumping them again at Ibrox, this time with the fans in attendance :)) :)) :))

I do reckon that given both our forms, I reckon we have started far better, played the better football and have had zero favours from any officials to help that cause, whereas they have had 2 pens so far, help with a man not being sent off and assisted in every other way possible in terms of favourable fixtures right at the beginning.

we have conceded zero. They have already conceded what, 3/4 and been outplayed at times by opposition, despite winning matches in the end they are very shaky. Shaky enough for us to fucking leather them
That ejit on the SPFL. Their secretary said on radio we tell the super duper brain in the USA to set out fixtures. And was then asked could Rangers get Celtic on 1st day? He replied no, and we said not to do it x, y and z also. Basically hand picked when they want.
 

monkey magic

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The freekick that lead to their equaliser is the kind of decisions made by clancy. Blatant cheating.
We are up against a loaded dice every week. That mob might have dominated possession tonight, but that game could easily have went either way without an intimidated ref, scared to uphold the rules and laws of the game in a fair manner.
 

Graemeh89

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Their game was on YouTube live I don’t make a habit of watching them and zoned in and out of it but overall a better team would have took something off them St Mirren never created too much so they probably deserved to win but definitely look shaky at the back. Elhammed or whatever his name is shocking on the ball and Duffy not much better. But he looks a real threat and goes through everything will need to be watched at set pieces.

Both penalty decisions were correct imo. Their’s looked a foul but piss poor attempt at it by Edouard. The StMirren was never a pen ( the one at the end not the handball one , never saw that one ) but they always get a decision and tonight it was the free kick in the buildup to their goal , looked really soft.
 
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Paulski54

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That ejit on the SPFL. Their secretary said on radio we tell the super duper brain in the USA to set out fixtures. And was then asked could Rangers get Celtic on 1st day? He replied no, and we said not to do it x, y and z also. Basically hand picked when they want.
Exactly right, that’s why I found it laughable that the super duper random computer did what it was told to do, and then totally randomised the fixture for pretty much exactly when the tarriers wanted the game set for in order to have fans in as set by the government, if all went to plan of course!

*super duper random computer being doncaster with pig eyes hand up his jacksie picking the fixtures out one by one*

:)) :))
 

greggakd

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Comments on twitter suggests they aren’t looking forward to games v us hibs and the sheep. Can’t say I’ve watched any of their games this season except a short bit against Dundee Utd and they looked ropey.
 

ayrshireloyal1690

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Cheating Beaton
His record regarding us and them has been as shocking as anyone's. He is an absolute disgrace and I have no idea how he wasnt dropped from the league (well, we all know why) for a few weeks after our game away to killie in Feb last season.

2-0 or 2-1 to us if he does his job properly, instead we leave with a 2-1 defeat and it entirely accelerates our downfall at that point, if we had come away with a win that day then every chance celtic would not have had the 10pt arguement to award themselves a title last season. They still would have done it, but at 3 or 4 points it could have put us in a much better position to fight it.
 

Harrogate Bluenose

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Exactly right, that’s why I found it laughable that the super duper random computer did what it was told to do, and then totally randomised the fixture for pretty much exactly when the tarriers wanted the game set for in order to have fans in as set by the government, if all went to plan of course!

*super duper random computer being doncaster with pig eyes hand up his jacksie picking the fixtures out one by one*

:)) :))
If I was a club chairman I would be asking the SPFL secretary Ian Blair to explain his words he said on Live radio.

How can you tell the super fixture organiser in the states to only set out fixtures once you have removed the possibility of when celtic play Rangers. He basically said there was only a few possibilities and the 11th game was one of them.

At the time we did not know when crowds would be back so he could have been denying say Aberdeen that privileged of a home game with fans for Rangers.

Said to my two sons tonight, Scottish football is one of the most corrupt leagues in european football.
 

LOL 133

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Our game was stopped for 5 mins on Saturday and we had 8 subs. Clancy played 4 mins. There was no way back for Dundee U and he couldn’t bear us getting another goal.

I think he played 6 when Aberdeen were chasing an equaliser v us up there in 2018 and the same again at the pigpen in Dec 19 as we were leading. These guys are cheats. The time awarded depends on who’s chasing the game.
Yes indeed. It wouldnt take much to prove this if we had someone looking into it.
 

Chris01

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I can’t believe it’s another penalty awarded to them.

2 In 2 weeks yet our last league one was over a year ago.

I mean I don’t understand how filth fans can think the refs and penalties are in our favour?
 

Paulski54

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If I was a club chairman I would be asking the SPFL secretary Ian Blair to explain his words he said on Live radio.

How can you tell the super fixture organiser in the states to only set out fixtures once you have removed the possibility of when celtic play Rangers. He basically said there was only a few possibilities and the 11th game was one of them.

At the time we did not know when crowds would be back so he could have been denying say Aberdeen that privileged of a home game with fans for Rangers.

Said to my two sons tonight, Scottish football is the most corrupt league in european football.
fixed that for you :)) :)) :))
 

greggakd

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The thing that worries me slightly is that even when they play poorly they rarely draw a blank.

I've only seen them once this season, against Dundee Untied at Tannadice, because it was on the TV. They weren't great but the nicked a goal to win it. By all accounts they've been poor in their other games but are still scoring goals and winning games.
They’re yet to play anyone too challenging, Dundee Utd could have hurt them but us the sheep (if cosgrove is back by then) and hivs will prove a much tougher test than they’ll have faced yet
 

SouthLDNBear

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Sorry, but how does a discussion on here about them affect our title aspirations?
Apparently it makes you a tarrier.

There were zoomers on here saying that posters were "fawning" over their signings for simply saying that Duffy would be a good signing for them.

Youre not allowed to be objective. Probably get a fucking ban for acknowledging that our biggest rivals have made key additions.

Hate the fucking taig cùnts but ignoring whats going on in the rattlerdome is pig fucking ignorant
 
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