I will never slate a referee for a decision because I know at the end of the day he’s only trying to do his bestSCOTLAND’S referees are not half as bad as some people think. But here’s the thing for all the critics out there who slate the standard of officials in this country. They’re only going to get WORSE. I don’t buy into this argument that our refs are hopeless. In fact, I’m of the firm opinion that John Fleming and his staff do a good job every week.
For four years he kept getting told there would be a new training ground and stadium built...and he’s still waitingABERDEEN have no one to blame but themselves. When Derek McInnes becomes Rangers manager — and that WILL now happen — there’s no point in Stewart Milne or anyone else at Pittodrie moaning about it. Del did his job by rejuvenating the city, let alone the football club. He won them silverware and brought a level of success they hadn’t enjoyed for longer than anyone could remember.
Let’s get it right on this big debate — the two Well players gave the officials decisions to make when they didn’t need toIT’S not Scott Sinclair’s fault that Motherwell defender Cedric Kipre isn’t as bright as him. Just as Well midfielder Andy Rose shouldn’t have a go at Callum McGregor just because the Celtic player is smarter than him. The two Celts have had it in the neck for the penalties they won in the last two matches. But you won’t hear me giving either of them a hard time.
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