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That isn't the point. You want an extra ban just for appealing.

That would involve changing the rules just because it's Rangers, which is what we're all against. 

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41 minutes ago, stewarty66 said:

What would the grounds for appeal be? 

Panel:  will the appealing club please state their case.

Sliippy: We is Sevco and he is called Alfredo.

Panel: case dismissed, no action to be taken and retrospective 10 match ban that sheep shagging swine for trying to break this fine upstanding teddy bears foot with his scrotum.

Edited by Beaker71

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Auld Slippy needs to stop referring to him as a kid, hes 22 year old.

He sounds like PC Murdoch describing the antics of Oor Wullie

"I'm doing everything in my power to help the kid grow," Gerrard said.

 if Alfredo is in the wrong, he'll deserve the red card. He'll then be missing for two games and that's how he'll get punished because he hates missing games."

Im surprised he never ended the sentence  with "he'll be sent to his room wae nae telly the wee rascal ".

the "kid" is a thug, no doubt they will start dragging out the x factor style sob story as to why he is so angry.

a good volley to the haw maws from big Kirk should sort him out.

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2 hours ago, Scooby_Doo said:

That isn't the point. You want an extra ban just for appealing.

That would involve changing the rules just because it's Rangers, which is what we're all against. 

No, I don't. I'm saying if they appeal he should run the risk of extension given his past record this season to stop people tactically appealing in situations like this.

Edited by Fletch

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2 hours ago, Wrangodog said:

Morelos and JJ should get on well together, the combined brain function of a primary school child. 

As the father of a primary school age child, I take great offence to that. 

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1 hour ago, Fletch said:

No, I don't. I'm saying if they appeal he should run the risk of extension given his past record this season to stop people tactically appealing in situations like this.

Isn't that what the points system is for? 

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The rules need to looked at.

The loss of the appeal fee is nothing to some of the clubs but prohibitive to others.

If a ban is upheld, after an appeal, it should be increased by 50%, to avoid chancers just doing it to have a player available

Although the Glasgow mobs will probably be exempt!

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7 minutes ago, a1killiefan said:

The rules need to looked at.

The loss of the appeal fee is nothing to some of the clubs but prohibitive to others.

If a ban is upheld, after an appeal, it should be increased by 50%, to avoid chancers just doing it to have a player available

Although the Glasgow mobs will probably be exempt!

The problem is that it just increases the injustice of losing appeals that had a very good case while others make frivolous appeals (from a certain team) and get cleared.

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Rangers have appealed against Alfredo Morelos' sending off against Aberdeen on Wednesday - the striker's third dismissal against the Pittodrie club this term.

Morelos and Scott McKenna, who were involved in an incident in the first game of the season, were both shown red cards by Bobby Madden after appearing to aim kicks at each other.

The Rangers striker had an appeal upheld after being sent off at Pittodrie in August when he was deemed to have swung a leg at McKenna.

Morelos was then sent off when the sides met at Ibrox in December, after receiving a second booking for throwing an arm at Graeme Shinnie.

Both players received automatic two-game bans, meaning Morelos would miss Saturday's Scottish Cup last-16 tie against Kilmarnock, then the Scottish Premiership visit on St Johnstone a week later, should the appeal fail.

How does the process work?

If SPFL clubs decide to appeal against a decision for serious foul play, they must prove that an obvious referring error has been made.

They have until 13:00 on the first working day after the match to lodge their intention to appeal - Thursday in this case - with their claim needing to be submitted by 17:00 the next day.

The player or any other personnel cannot attend the hearings, which will be a video conference between a tribunal of trained, independent judicial panel members.

As of this season, the compliance officer plays no part in the proceedings.

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Seen they have appealed for gods sake well wouldn’t be surprised it was upheld the two guys were as bad as one another. If they win the appeal then we will know it’s a corrupt system 

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35 minutes ago, Scooby_Doo said:

Isn't that what the points system is for? 

You're intentionally missing the point. If you're continually facing appeals for one player who is continually committing offences then everything should be taken into consideration in relation to the ban they face, especially if the appeal if only to allow them to play in between.

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