CELTIC have been fined a measly amount of money by the SFA for failing to control their players during the Partick Thistle Scottish Cup game STV report. The amount the club have to pay will be £4k.

The flash point centres around Celtic players surrounding the referee who handed Thistle a penalty late on which was clearly not a penalty. There was nothing in the penalty decision or the players contesting it.

Instead of holding the referee to account for making a ridiculous decision, Celtic have been fined for disputing the penalty.

This is a new tact by the SFA as they try to quietly punish clubs for silly reasons.

Their day of reckoning has to be close, the basket case organisation is upsetting more and more clubs by the day.

Celtic have already had to contend with a bizarre decision to suspend Ryan Christie this year. This won’t be the last run-in before the end of the season as the SFA ramp up their ode to idiocy.


  1. The sfa and jabba traynor are everything that is wrong in Scottish football. this total shower of @rseholes are bent on running Scottish football into the dark ages. They live on dishonesty and ridiculous decisions. sneaky goings-on, and spurious behind the scenes. there’s the funny handshakes brigade, running vendettas against clubs and persons.
    time to rid ourselves of the hampden mob, who need to fine clubs for the inadequate referees we are served up every game. beaton, dallas, robertson, and the who meet in the bellshill pub, your days are coming to an end, aka the dummies running the sfa.


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