Date: 4th April 2012 at 10:07pm
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St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas comes across as one of the Scottish games more progressive managers. His teams are organised, have a bit of flair and he seems astute enough to make the best of the tools at his disposal.

He also has been quite vocal in his backing of our manager – saying that he maybe gets it tougher than most – and this point was highlighted when he was asked about George Salmond’s performance during our comfortable 2-0 victory.

For the record it most be noted that Mr Salmonds performance was absolutely¬†abysmal and he shouldn’t be seen anywhere near a SPL game anytime soon again.

Lomas said:

“Celtic Park is a hard enough place to come to get something, they are a fantastic team, they thoroughly deserve the championship when it comes, but we feel mightily aggrieved.

I don’t want to criticise referees, but in our opinion, Francisco Sandaza has a blatant penalty, the second goal is a free-kick on Liam and even the first goal came from a very soft free-kick.”

I’m sure the letter from the SFA is in the post.