DEVANTE COLE can count himself very lucky to not have seen red against Celtic for his wild challenge on Jeremie Frimpong which was a sending off all day long.

Andrew Dallas saw the incident and only deemed it a yellow card for the Motherwell player.

Replays show, it was high, wild and very reckless. A red card without question, yet Dallas didn’t see it that way.

Have a look.

Celtic had a great start to the game with two goals from Moi Elyounoussi. The players have been up for it and kept Motherwell at bay depot the most part.

They should have been down to ten men for the last 35 minutes of the game but got away with a major decision.

Thankfully Jeremie Frimpong got up from the incident and managed to shake it off.

Motherwell rallied after the yellow card and looked threatening. You have to wonder what Dallas thinks a red card looks like.


  1. Just seen the challenge on frimpong from
    Cole,how can this so called referee not call this 1 a sending off.It’s plain and simple a red card.
    I hope this isn’t the last we hear of this
    it’s just not acceptable the standard of refereeing here in Scotland.This mutant hun should be demoted to the highland league ASAP..HH

  2. I know this rhetorical, but surely Jr jnr must think ‘WTF That cun7s walking to an early bath’ No you blind masonic eijjit. Wee Jerrie did though. Fuc&ing shocking. He is going to lose his Spfl gong for that. I wonder how Jr and the linesman and fourth official never contacted each other.either. Bad refereeing all round. I don’t give me that pish ‘it always looks worse in replay’. Did the player even show any remorse. Naw he casually walked on. He knew he must be walking for that. That is the sort of tackle is from over thirty years ago. I wonder why they banned such. Ohhh fuc&, and how’s wee Jerimys leg!!!!!!!!


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