WILLIE COLUM loves a red card but the whistler got shy when it came to perhaps the key moment of the first half between Celtic and Aberdeen.

With the game posed at 1-1 and challenges flying everywhere, Ryan Christie was on the ball just outside the Aberdeen area when McGinn went in high AND late, studs first into the Celtic star.

From where we were sitting, there was only one way McGinn was heading and that was down the tunnel for an early bath.

However, Collum proceeded to only get his yellow card out leaving McGinn on the field.

Outrageous decision and here it is again.

Celtic took the lead early in the first half through Scott Sinclair but were pegged back when Izaguirre needlessly brought down McGinn in the penalty area.

Aberdeen should be reduced to ten men, but they still have a full team to call upon for the second half after the bizarre decision.


  1. Collum wasx a disgrace today….HONEST MISTAKES??? He should have sent off McGinn, Booked May after his first telling off, but allowesd him to commit another foul before booking him. That wee sh 1te Ferguson should be playing for the tribte act, fouling, diving, jumper pulling, a typical f @nny. Talking of DIVING, a world record by, according to his manager, an honest man, SHINNIE. A cheat, a diver, aye sure McInnes, if he’s honest then you want yer eyes tested. As for McInnes he’s away home for a greet. What a sight “Willie handball” to Collum, Greeting face Mcinnes got stuffed again. Never good enough Aberdeen, never!
    Can someone get rid of Mr Perfect, CRAIGAN, in his day, one of the dirtiest players in the league, talks p 1sh for two hours. Whoever thought he is a pundit, should be sacked!


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