| 'gold-standard administrative tomfoolery 09:35 - Sep 29 with 1013 views||PlanetHonneywood|
We think we’ve got issues following a succession of idiots in high places at QPR, but we might just be pipped by the SFA.
Two semi-finals (Celtic/Hearts and Rangers/Aberdeen) in Glasgow on the same day! Best bit of the idiocy, there’s currently no trains that would get the Hearts fans into Glasgow before the scheduled k.o. When Scotrail asked if they would run extra trains, they pointed out that they’d not been consulted by the SFA!
Why does football get these a-holes and pay them stupid money at the same time?
To rub salt into the would, the surname of the author of the article is English!!
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|'gold-standard administrative tomfoolery on 09:58 - Sep 29 with 978 views||jonno|
I've always had the strong impression that the majority of people involved in football administration are either too incompetent to hold down a similar position in any other industry, or too crooked, or both,
|'gold-standard administrative tomfoolery on 10:32 - Sep 29 with 937 views||Juzzie|
big problems for Aberdeen fans too as they have furthest to travel and no trains that would get them there in time for a noon kick off.
Its bleeding obvious if both games are to be on the same day have the Rangers/Aberdeen game in the evening as Aberdeen fans have the furthest to travel.
I simply think they just dont care about the fans and everything is done with TV in mind.
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|'gold-standard administrative tomfoolery on 11:08 - Sep 29 with 891 views||loftus77|
Yes.. a nice. relaxing Sunday afternoon in Glasgow on October 28th.
Why can't Hearts play Celtic at Murrayfield?? Surely sensible people can get together to work out contractual issues.