Motherwell have contacted the Scottish FA’s head of refereeing in regards to the two debatable consequences awarded to Celtic within the final week.
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In a observation launched on Thursday night time the membership have expressed their unhappiness in regards to the nature of the selections.
Within the Betfred Cup ultimate on Sunday Craig Thomson awarded a penalty for what he felt used to be a tug from Cedric Kipre on Scott Sinclair, in addition to sending the French defender off. Moussa Dembele transformed the consequent penalty as Celtic went directly to win 2-Zero.
On Wednesday Willie Collum gave Celtic a overdue penalty after Callum McGregor went down below a problem from Motherwell’s Andy Rose. Collum deemed it to be a bad and Sinclair netted the penalty to rescue some degree for Celtic when it seemed their lengthy unbeaten home document used to be set to finish.
“Many supporters have contacted the membership nowadays searching for readability on our place relating to incidents throughout Wednesday evening’s fixture with Celtic,” the observation learn.
“At the start, it’s unlucky but every other Motherwell fit has been ruled by means of a arguable choice from a fit reliable. This is a name that has left nearly all of our supporters once more feeling extraordinarily annoyed.
“While everybody in soccer accepts fit officers have a difficult function, and getting the entirety proper is sort of not possible, it’s disappointing to look top profile choices impact each Wednesday evening’s fit and the Betfred Cup ultimate in the way in which the they have got.
“To that finish, we have now made touch with the Scottish FA’s Head of Refereeing to precise our perspectives and search comments.”
The observation additionally famous Scott Brown’s commentary that cash and different gadgets are being thrown at Celtic avid gamers “just about each week”.
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Motherwell have stated they are going to examine any incidents following the Celtic captain’s feedback, whilst additionally noting the vandalism brought about within the McEwan Fraser Criminal South Stand which homes the away fanatics.
It stated: “As we do at each fit at Fir Park, if any incidents are reported to us, we will be able to absolutely examine them. Will have to any proof exist, we will be able to take suitable motion in opposition to any people who have acted unacceptably.
“As well as we will be able to paintings with Celtic Soccer Membership to totally examine, among different issues, the a lot of acts of vandalism, together with 206 damaged seats, broken bogs and graffiti within the McEwan Fraser Criminal Stand.”