Daniel Bachmann has had a go at Celtic and ‘bigger clubs’ for getting the big decisions after Kirk Broadfoot was sent off on Sunday while Scott Brown wasn’t.
There has been a lot of noise and sour grapes coming out of the Rugby Park side since they lost the last minute winner and it seems Daniel has joined the queue to try and get his pound of flesh.
Broony’s goal has broken some people in the Scottish game and the furore surrounding the game has reached heights rarely seen.
Speaking after the game, the Kilmarnock goalkeeper who is on loan from Watford clearly believes there is a bias towards Celtic and their Glasgow rivals.
“It is hard for the referee but there were challenges in the first half, trust me, that were a lot worse than that. The ball was gone about one or two seconds,” he told RecordSport.
“He [Brown] just kicks him ankle high. It is just one of those things. The ref has only a split second to make a decision. He booked him
“It is not just against us. I need to be careful what I say here, but talk to me about six penalties in one week. Most teams don’t get six penalties in a season. Whether they are penalties or not, it’s a big number.
“But it is the same every time we play these teams whether it’s a penalty or a red card. It is just one of those things. We need to get used to.
“We never get the decisions either way.”
At this point, I feel we need to remind him one of his players kicked a fellow professional in the head and stayed on the park.
Celtic are eight points clear at the top of the SPFL after their latest win and the focus has not been on the fact the bhoys continue to steam ahead since the start of 2019.
Brendan Rodgers men have won all their domestic games without conceding a goal but you don’t hear much about it.