The evidence is there all right
First game of the season your own club benefitted from a dreadful decision against Rangers when Goldson was clearly fouled for a penalty.
I am happy to concede that the first Rangers penalty yesterday was soft. Softer than I first thought BUT the on field decision was penalty and there was no conclusive proof to overturn decision. Penalty stands
Last week Hearts player booked for diving and it was second yelliw card. Replays were inconclusive if there was actual contact but the player , like McAusland, made the most of it. Not surprisingly to any Rangers supporter VAR and the referee decided to overturn decision and give Hearts a penalty!
Yesterday the worst and clearest decisions were the double handball and the disallowed goal. Unsurprisingly they both went against Rangers!
This is happening every single week and every single week the major decisions go against Rangers!!
I don’t care if we get one penalty or one hundred penalties. I want the officials to get the calls correct and with VAR there is no way officials should be getting these decisions wrong!
Do you think McAusland goal should have been disallowed?
Are you seriously still going on about that Goldson penalty? I said 3 months ago it should have been awarded. It wasn't, but you'll get 6 or 7 penalties that shouldn't be awarded for every one like that which should have been given, so forgive me for not bringing out the violins.
It was a fucking dive. Just save face and admit it, a dive. Not soft, just a dive. Cheating. Once you're good to admit that then I might take your posts a little more seriously.
I haven't seen the McAusland goal, a single kick of the game or the Hearts game and have no interest in watching any Rangers game which doesn't involve Killie. The only reason I saw the wee cheating turd "winning" their first penalty is because there were loads of videos of it on social media. I wonder why that doesn't appear to be the case for the apparent 567 decisions poor Rangers weren't awarded? That big conspiracy again, diddums.