i have recently watched "anyone but celtic" on youtube for the second time and i am completely baffled at how the referees have gotten away with this time and again. i was born in 86 and grew up watching the scum win 9 in a row. i never really noticed back then the standard of the refereeing as i was just a young pup but as the years have went on it's became more apparent. the documentary on youtube does a good job at showing you just how long this has been festering on for. There is an obvious problem and especially within the lanarkshire area which provides the majority of the bawbags in black we see on a weekly basis. the whole referring system in scotland is in dire need of change. from top to bottom, the structure in which we recruit, train and develop managers as well as an overhaul of the disciplinary procedures they use to do the job. So with the scum at the sfa releasing a new statement today i thought it would be a good time to discuss the issue. How do we improve the system? Who can we escalate problems like this to if the sfa and uefa dont seem to care? why has celtic as a club remained relatively quiet regarding the obvious problem of the Lanarkshire referees? the english have many many different clubs so it would be easy to organise it so the games are refereed without any bias occurring. wee bonny scotland is the polar opposite, half the teams but the vast majority of the country support one of two teams. how can we move forward to ensure a fairer competition. foreign refs? Also what decisions stick out in your mind as being discriminatory, the documentary mentions the so called shame game where that * dallas got skelped wae a coin. can anyone remember any more?