The angles I have seen produced by the cameras at the ground make it impossible to be sure.To be fair he looked just offside to me. But I certainly don't give a f***, had he been a few inches to the left he still had plenty of time and space to get to the ball. My conscience is clear. We're winning the league anyway. All you can do is laugh at their tears. They weren't complaining after that LC final I'll bet.
It's amazing the way VAR has reduced offside to body parts.
The most sensible amendment years ago was that if a player was level the advantage should go to the attacking team. The whole point of offside is to stop gaining an obvious advantage by playing beyond the last two opponents, otherwise you could leave players standing in the six yard box for ninety minutes.
The Itten goal was borderline at best.
But it's a debate that only opens in Scotland in relation to Rangers goals.
Therein lies our problem, we have fans who think it's a laugh hiding the Celtic View or covering the Celtic birthday cakes in Supermarkets, they have fans placed in the media dictating what the country will read, watch and listen to
His teams in Disneyland as well now a Mickey Mouse manager who Disney have a clue with not a Donald Ducking chance of a tainted ten.
PA Media you say?Most of their online sports reporting is contracted out to PA Media.
This article hasn’t been written by anyone at STV.
The match report by PA Media mentions nothing about Itten’s goal being offside.
I’ve often wondered about how influential the PA is because newspaper and TV’s reliance on them places a lot of power is in the hands of a small number of reporters.
The OFFICIALS were happy with it END OF!There was league and cup action in a drama-packed weekend.news.stv.tv
I know I shouldn't let it get to me, but blatant lies when talking about Graham Alexander's start stating as fact:
"Last week’s clash with Rangers then saw Cedric Itten rescue a point for Gerrard’s team with an offside header"
Clearly onside for me.
Sad petty journalism from sore losers.