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Can Clubs Complain About A Referee to His Bosses


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Are clubs allowed to complain in writing  about the referee in charge of their match performance  to the head of Scottish Refereeing at Hampden or do they just have to accept that the referee is always correct.

Players livelihoods could be at stake as a result of the match day referee making incorrect decisions.

John Fleming Head of Referees must realise that supporters are continually “up in arms” about some of the shocking refereeing performances  that are taking place every week yet he takes no action.

In the past supporters would have let the referee know in no uncertain terms from the terracing exactly what they thought of his decisions  but now in this “sanitised” world we are not allowed to express our concerns at the game in case it upsets the refeee.

 

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