19 March 2019

James Dornan Apologises To Club 1872 Weeks After Making Up Stories

Rangers supporters group and the second largest shareholder in RIFC, Club 1872, have secured a grovelling apology from hapless, SNP MSP James Dornan over false allegations he made about them on his Twitter account.

12 March 2019

Since BBC Scotland Won't, We Took A Look At Their Editorial Guidelines

Thousands of BBC Editorial Guidelines fill a skip behind BBC Scotland HQ.

Let's take a look at the BBC Editorial Guidelines and try to figure out just which part of these have possibly been applied to BBC Scotland's coverage of Rangers. Misleading or downright malicious coverage that has seen them shamed into apologising to the club five times in a year, including another on Monday.

11 March 2019

Let’s Bring In Strict Liability (For Politicians and the Media)

The latest round of stupid suggestions to stop idiots occasionally misbehaving at football matches have been shouted from the rooftops by the usual suspects following incidents involving James Tavernier and Jack Grealish over the weekend.

BBC Scotland Forced Into Apologising To Rangers Yet Again

BBC Scotland has again apologised to Rangers following yet another negligent misrepresentation of the club via the broadcaster's online channels, the CRO has learned.

08 March 2019

Tav Attacked By Hibs Fan On The Pitch, Guess What The BBC's Take Was

Editorially fair, friend. Editorially fair.

No Buyout Clause In New Morelos Deal With Rangers


Alfredo Morelos has penned a new deal at Ibrox, his third in a year, Rangers announced ahead of their match up with Hibs Friday.

05 March 2019

‘Whistleblowing’ Celtic Fan Referee A Sectarian Bigot And Conspiracy Crackpot

Derek Crothers, the so-called whistleblowing ex-referee who has been extensively quoted in a Stephen McGowan article in Tuesday's Scottish Daily Mail, is a Celtic fan with a collection of sectarian tweets and links to masonic conspiracy crackpot, Paul Larkin.

04 March 2019

Rodgers Exit Highlights Scottish Media Hypocrisy

It took just a few hours for Brendan Rodgers to go from hero to zero in the eyes of Celtic supporters, when he legged it out of Parkhead at the first opportunity to head for Leicester and the bright lights of the EPL. But it wasn't just Celtic supporters who turned on Rodgers.