25 Nov 2021 10:55:34
Just emailed the SFA
info@scottishfa. co. uk

To whom it may concern,
I am seeing that, once again, a member of the BT Sports Broadcasting Team has been advised to stay away for Ibrox Stadium.
Can someone at the SFA please explain to me why the Football Authorities are taking no action against this club concerned?

They cannot guarantee the safety of one individual then surely this brings into question the whole security set-up and the safety and security of 60,000+ spectators who will be in attendance?

I look forward to your reply, explanation and what the SFA intend to do about this concern.


1.) 25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021 12:38:02
Over o hundred years of poisen from the old club and the new one every bit as bad, remember the old club had a no Catholic policy that the authorities condoned, good luck even getting a response tiny.

2.) 25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021 14:24:18
Everyone knows, this country not only condones, but participates in and encourages anti-Catholic behaviour, language and beliefs at all levels of government, authority and establishment and a certain club and it's 'illegitimate' 2012 offspring are untouchable.

3.) 25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021 14:27:37
You see, we have banned people as well but it was simply because they were odiously poisonous gonks.

For the powers that be at Ibrox to ban someone as they can't guarantee their safety is a wholehearted admission that some of their "fans" are no more than animals that they can't control. That is their own assessment - not ours.

Let that sink in.

4.) 25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021 17:33:26
100% bhoys - welcome to Scotland.