The corrupt SFA came under more pressure today as it emerged Kemar Roofe’s tackle will receive a 3-match ban, Rangers having rejected the 2-match offer already presented.
The pressure, of course, is down to both Hibs’ McGregor and Celtic’s Ajeti not to mention Scott Brown getting away scot-free with their assaults and indiscretions, while all of Rangers’ accused being lambasted and being ‘convicted’ every time.
There is no denying that the SFA’s offer was a foretelling of a ban to come, and that Celtic are simply not held to the same standards nor meted the same level of punishment tells its own story.
Despite confusion over whether or not Parkhead season ticket holder Clare Whyte is still Compliance Officer or not, someone in the annals of Hampden is ensuring Rangers players get castigated and others of a green and white persuasion in Scottish football do not.
Corruptions doesn’t seem to cover this disparity, does it?
More as we get it.