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    ClusterOne@21.50 yesterday 

    And the second season of honest mistakes continues unabated. It didn’t take Glen Kamara long to settle in. Whose turn will it be to collapse in a heap this weekend?

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    Tam Cowan on Off The Ball asking listeners to spare a thought for poor wee Alfredo Morelos who scored 4 goals but his achievement was overshadowed by the controversy surrounding the game. I don’t believe it was said tongue in cheek. More likely trying to move things along. No discussion of Kamara’s simulation and how the outcome of the game was affected by this. Poor wee Alfredo.


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    Bordersdon@11.25

    So we’ve had countless numbers of foreign players, a whole raft of non Scottish coaches and managers including the national coach, a fair number of foreign owners and major shareholders (and now the Americans are here there will be more to follow), international sponsors but as far as the SFA are concerned there will be no non Scottish referees in Scottish football.

    Is it just me or are the SFA about 100 years behind the times? Or is there a darker reason ?

    Its been said before that the clubs are the SFA and the SFA are the clubs. So where is the problem?


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    BBC Scotland’s morning news programme provided a short report on last nights game at 08.23. Their sports reporter Phil Goodlad read the report which featured commentary of Morelos scoring his fourth goal. No mention was made of Kilmarnock’s penalty claim or the simulation leading to the red card or even the fact that Kilmarnock were reduced to 10 men. This was followed by an interview with Pat Bonnar from Valencia. He was asked to comment on the sectarian chanting directed towards Stevie Clarke. Pat Bonnar gave a typically neutral reply.

    A show of support for Stevie Clarke from the other managers would no doubt be welcome however a clear statement from his own club would have much more impact. One thing is certain, the Scottish media won’t.


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