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Sport Rangers' LACK of penalties is a scandal and Bobby Madden was spot on - Hotline

17:10  29 september  2020
17:10  29 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Rangers were on top well before Zak Vyner went in late on Morelos in the box, and Tavernier sent goalkeeper Joe Lewis the wrong way from the penalty spot . But a fifth was coming and Defoe strolled through the Aberdeen defence before lobbing Lewis. Line -ups.

It may have been 48 hours after the event but Bobby Madden was still on the spot with Hotline callers over his penalty calls in Rangers ' 5-1 drubbing of Motherwell.

The referee awarded handballs against Well duo Bevis Mugabi and Liam Grimshaw while waving away a strong shout for the Steelmen when Allan Campbell fell under a Glen Kamara challenge.

Was Bobby bang on or biased? The arguments are as muddled as the rule for handball itself.

Matt Walton emailed: “I see Operation Stop 10 in a Row is in full swing but that’s just Bobby Madden for you. Let’s see how many penalties Rangers get this season. Motherwell should have had two.”

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Christopher Currie, Stevenston, added: “Craig Anderson and others say don't blame Madden as he was only applying the new rules. The problem is he forgot to apply them against Rangers as Motherwell had two stonewall penalties that were not given and where had a great view in both cases.”

But Alfie Mullin, London, said: “Surprise, surprise. Celtic fans are complaining about Rangers getting awarded penalties. Why aren't they complaining about Aberdeen's penalties? If my memory serves me correctly, Aberdeen were awarded two as well. Are Rangers not allowed to have penalties?”

George Wilson, West Sussex, said: “Rangers got two penalties because they spent most of the game around Motherwell's penalty box and because two Motherwell players handled in the box. The rules say that's a penalty.

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Rangers should have had to more to show for their dominance for the first hour. A James Tavernier free-kick was headed over the crossbar by Conor Goldson, Scott Arfield skimmed the crossbar with a long- range effort, Ryan Kent made space for a low effort gathered by Marciano and Defoe had his

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"John Caw complained that Rangers get more penalties than any other team in Britain so he might like to know the last penalty Rangers got in the league was October 27 last year. Scandalous!

"Motherwell have now had eight penalties against them this season which rather suggests the problem is to do with their defence not with the referee nor Rangers.”

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Sticking with Rangers and there was high praise for the returning Allan McGregor in goals.

Robert Livingstone, Palm Beach, said: “It’s nice to see Allan McGregor back in his rightful place - one of the best goalies of his generation. World class and certainly would not be out of place in teams of the great cities of Munich, Madrid and Barcelona.”

On to Celtic’s 3-0 home win over Hibs. Neil Lennon claimed it was as good a performance as he’s seen from his side as manager but, predictably, not everyone agreed.

Jimmy Miller, Glasgow, said: “Having watched Celtic vs Hibs I can't get my head round this 10 out of 10 drivel. Hibs were rubbish, they had one player and that was Newell. Defensively Hibs were very poor, and they allowed their midfield to be bullied, no fight in them and made Frimpong look good, when he is at best an average player.

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"As for Duffy, Ajer and Bitton, they are slow and overrated and Ajeti is a West Ham reject. I see nothing to fear, roll on October 17.”

Lewis Doyle, Limerick, said: “The only reason for the good display from Celtic was due in fact that Hibs came out to play football which is a credit to them. If Hibs had just sat back the game would have been boring and Celtic’s lack of ability to open up teams would again been exposed. We will see what happens against St Johnstone.”

Andy Halliday has found himself a new team - but one caller was quick to remind the former Rangers midfielder he’d gone back on his word after signing for Hearts.

Stephen Mulhern, Dumbarton, said: “Is it part of Andy Halliday’s contract that he wears his Rangers kit in training? As I recall he said he wouldn’t consider playing for another Scottish club when Rangers released him.”

Meanwhile, Kevin Lord, Drylaw, said: “I see Hearts' age old problem has surfaced again - the manager saying ‘we have to be ready for Hibs’. Haven't they got a more important target this season?”

Look away now if you’re a manager at the bottom end of the table. Stephen Johnstone, Ardentinny, said: “Another dismal display from St Mirren and Motherwell - the only thing that’s saving the managers from the boot is the virus and the financial cost to clubs.

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A replay of that penalty decision shows that there was a clear pull of the jersey by Marcus Fraser on Lewis Ferguson. A more probing approach from Accies and they win a corner. David Templeton's delivery from the left is headed clear but referee Bobby Madden spots an infringement by Ross

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"In normal times they would be gone and there will be many on the slippery slope as the virus is not going away any time soon and the only losers are the fans.”

Bit of a low blow that Stephen. And, speaking of bodyshots, Donald Frame wasn’t impressed with Apinun Khongsong’s performance against Josh Taylor on Saturday.

"He emailed: “The fight on Saturday was a pure farce and if the public had paid at the door they would have demanded their money back. It was a good punch but not to have him lying about the floor as if he had been chopped. So again this was a farce of a fight.”


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