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Club covid executives - a statement.


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29 minutes ago, Desperately Seeking Susans said:

Yes, they should be penalised but prior to that they were unfairly demoted a place.

Yeah,I know what you mean.

Guy on Radio Scotland came up with rather than gifting points to opponents you should deduct the points from the “guilty” party.

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4 hours ago, stlucifer said:

in that case, we have been punished twice for one occurrence 

Strangely, that's the way I looked at it. 

Hypothetically speaking, if players had to self isolate for 14 days, possibly missing three Saturdays and had two midweek games.  Season over. :shockaroony

 

 

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Waiting patiently on one of two outcomes:-

- our club comes out and defends our position & refutes the OTT punishment handed out.

- our club apologies whole heartedly for letting the club and fans down given their privileged position during this pandemic.

I don’t think one of the above is too much to ask.

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3 minutes ago, Bud the Baker said:

What's really galling is that we were given a warning with the 3 keepers situation and yet passed up the opportunity to tighten procedures.

What we should really have done is copied Celtic and bought our own machine, meaning no-one else sees their test results. They've been an examplar of how to handle this - not one positive test. Until their players go on international duty......

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7 minutes ago, scottd said:

A suspended points deduction of 6 points would have been an appropriate punishment.  If we f**ked up again before the end of the season then it’s 6 points off, this would ensure that the games actually got played.

That's exactly my thoughts above a much better solution in my opinion. You can bet your last dollar if it had been one of the arse cheeks that's what would have happened. 

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Waiting patiently on one of two outcomes:-

- our club comes out and defends our position & refutes the OTT punishment handed out.

- our club apologies whole heartedly for letting the club and fans down given their privileged position during this pandemic.

I don’t think one of the above is too much to ask.


Instead of waiting you could check the website and read part one of the defence and refute.
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17 minutes ago, munoz said:

Having read the article it really would be a waste of time appealing it, club knew about the car sharing, etc and postponed games because they couldn't get a squad together. Seems a pointless exercise.

In the case of dundee utd, theirs is staggeringly stupid given circumstances  but they are fulfilling fixtures as they must have a larger squad.

 

We got caught out through stupidity and smaller squad.

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