Why weren’t we given a penalty when CCV was clearly obstructed by two Dundee players?…
That’s an easy one, we aren’t theRangers! An interesting talking point from yesterday’s game with Dundee came during the first half when Cameron Carter- Vickers was the victim of shirt pulling by not just one Dundee player, but two. It was clear as day after a replay that the big man was being manhandled illegally by not just the Dundee goalkeeper but by a dark blues defender also.
That is as clear a penalty as you’ll see, especially nowadays when they are handed out on a regular occurrence for offences lighter than the one CCV was victim of. That begs the question, why wasn’t it reviewed in full by the VAR team? Maybe it wasn’t, but if it was, why didn’t they give it? It was one of biggest stonewallers you’ll see. Isn’t it their job to punish such offences?
Oh but I forgot it’s only theRangers who are allowed such ‘protection’ when it comes to that type of offence. They get that in their favour all day long, without a doubt. We all know that we were never getting that call yesterday for two reasons, we are Celtic and we were chasing the all important opening goal, and two we are not the Rangers.
That’s not paranoia that’s a fact. Everyone in Scottish football has opened their eyes to just that. The Ibrox side are officiated on a completely different level. It’s brazen, and it won’t stop unless the SFA and their officials are taken to task and asked an explanation as to why it’s being allowed to happen.
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