01 August 2015

Graham Spiers is incapable of telling the truth about his ban from Ibrox

by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor

Graham Spiers kicked off BBC Scotland's Off The Ball tonight discussing his ban from Ibrox with hosts Tam Cowan and Jane Lewis. It didn't take long for him to begin misrepresenting the facts around the reasons for his press access to Ibrox being lifted.

BBC Scotland refused to act over Rangers bias

by Chris Graham | Contributor

As the new season looms, and with it the hope of improved fortune on and off the pitch, a new attitude towards regular proponents of misinformation in the media has been adopted.

Press credentials were sent out this week and although the publications and broadcasters that use Graham Spiers will receive their usual allocations, they have been informed that the press passes they have been given cannot be used for the now freelance Spiers. They are free to send someone to cover games at Ibrox but Spiers will not be admitted. 

31 July 2015

Graham Spiers, Chris McLaughlin banned from Ibrox

by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor

Not for the first time, though hopefully the last, Graham Spiers has been banned from working games at Ibrox, and this time has been joined by the BBC's Chris McLaughlin.

30 July 2015

Chris McLaughlin called to task by RST over match delegate report

by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor

One of the sideline highlights of Rangers' 6-2 bashing of Hibs at the weekend was the BBC's Chris McLaughlin shooting his mouth off about info he'd received from match delegate George Douglas, who just happens to be the ex security supremo at Celtic Park.

28 July 2015

Steps to realisation: Hibs.net Scott Allan hands it in edition

Combing the best of Hibs.net so you don't have to, here's a bunch of Hibernian fans struggling with the fact that Scott Allan would rather not play for Club Club and its vindictive manager anymore.

27 July 2015

Scott Allan hands it in

by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor

The back-and-forth pantomime of the Scott Allan situation appears to have finally reached a head with the young midfielder asking for what The Sun has called "crunch talks" on Tuesday. Let's take a look at the situation on the whole here.

Whinging assbag Roy Greenslade just makes shit up