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Boyd Free To Play

 

 

 

KRIS BOYD is free to play for Rangers after it was confirmed today the striker will not receive a ban following an incident in the SPFL Championship fixture against Hibs on Monday 29 September.

 

Boyd was alleged to have breached the SFA's disciplinary rule 200 which involves a player using violent conduct by headbutting or attempting to headbutt an opposing player.

 

Manager Ally McCoist and Head of Football Administration Andrew Dickson joined Boyd at today's disciplinary tribunal at Hampden Park where it was decided by a panel that a breach of rule 200 was not proven.

 

http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/item/7822-boyd-free-to-play

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defaming a fellow member of the SPFL and bringing the game into disrepute. Next case, m'lud.

 

Montrose got away with this a couple of years ago in their Rangers programme and unfortunately I think Livingston will too.

The old scottish excuse'we didnae know' will no doubt be rolled out. A big Bhoy wrote the programme but he's gone away now.

I do hope our board persist with this to the bitter end no matter how long it takes

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Montrose got away with this a couple of years ago in their Rangers programme and unfortunately I think Livingston will too.

The old scottish excuse'we didnae know' will no doubt be rolled out. A big Bhoy wrote the programme but he's gone away now.

I do hope our board persist with this to the bitter end no matter how long it takes

 

Some official at Livingston FC would or should have proof read what is an official club document before going to print so hopefully the club do pursue..

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