Scott Brown WILL be eligible to play against Sevco in the Scottish Cup Semi-Final, because of the difficulties in scheduling due to this being Easter Weekend, and this has led to a mini-meltdown in SevcoLand, as the natives scream “Conspiracy!”
Of course it is.
Who’s involved in this one? The Easter Bunny?
Justice has been done here, of a sort. Because the decision to show him a straight red card is an outright shocker. It appears the appeal will be held on 27 April; that’s a week on Thursday, so he could still, doubtless, end up banned for Ibrox but we expected that.
Listen, the decision was a disgrace. I have no faith in the SFA over-turning it. One club has been very successful this season when it comes to these things and it ain’t us. This isn’t, by the way, me alleging a conspiracy. I’m stating a fact.
Sevco fans really do need to get a grip.
Aside from discussions about this is a scandal – if they read the rulebook they’d know it’s not – there’s discussion about whether he would even get into their team. They don’t rate him … but they are screaming blue murder because he’ll be allowed to play.
Want to tell me how that works?
Their howling is a product of fear. We know it, and so do they.
This one can’t be laid at anyone’s door; it’s the way the rules work, so they ought to shut it and suck it up.
Sometimes the timing of these things works for you; they should know; they’ve used the appeal system to their own advantage this season, so it’s a bit rich of them to start complaining now. They also appear not to be terribly familiar with the rules and how they work; you can bet your bottom dollar Celtic are.
These people just love a wee greet, it seems to me.
Tonight, there’s a lot of it.
Wait for next week. There’ll be a hell of a lot more.