Candeias was at it to, the challenge for the drop ball looked much worse. They were all bad challenges and that was the mentality. The referees can do an old firm game and go to the Rangers bar after the game. It couldn't have worked out any better. The evidence is basically their if you've got the EXIF data off the original photo. I felt if they'd been offered the drop ball incident where two players kick Scott Brown and no free kick is given, shows a complete disregard to the health of football players on a pitch. It looked like he winced. That is the behavior of an arm chair supporter sitting at home watching the game, not the person supposed to be in charge of looking after the health of professional athletes. If you see a really crazy challenge, maybe sitting at home you wince and turn away, but he's the one involved in protecting everyone on a pitch, that also has to include Scott Brown. I grimaced when i saw it on Twitter and Candeias had that look of, "* what happened their". If the ref can't figure out a full house at Ibrox, and with also the comments made before the game, one team was gonna come out and kick everything that moved. Instead the ref just turns up to the game like he's a punter. It's the perfect thing, all the fans and the ref. They're gonna kick everything that moves and the ref is gonna ignore everything, how is that a safe environment? Way i'd fix it as by saying if they get it wrong, they get fired. None of this going down a level and moving back up. I mean who wouldn't want to be a referee? It's a decent wee job for most people. Run around a pitch make sure everyone's ok. Keep control of the game. Tell you what's also maybe interesting, the goal MacGregor swept away that was called off for offside. It's the far away linesman you see putting up his flag. Initially he doesn't think it's a goal chance, it's only when he sees MacGregor about to score, the flag goes up. I don't think he was gonna flag and was unsure. The move begins at the edge of the box. What's the chances everyone behind that linesman are shouting "offside" and the linesman just goes with it? Otherwise that's a fantastic goal. So we can add a late flag for a goal wrongly chopped off. When the flag goes up sure he's in an offside position. I just don't think the far away linesman would be able to see it. What would be interesting is if someone's uploaded footage from the other side. You'd think that would be who gave it, but the far away guy definitely flags late. I get the feeling their's a lot of money being gambled on Sevco winning the league.