I am a wee bit surprised no comment has been made on the ref. So many of the decisions he made in the later part of the second half (all in SA's favour) were bizarre, so much so that it began to look as though he (i) had a coupon in danger of being bust (ii) he had been got at or (iii) he had taken umbrage at some comment from the away contingent. Generally I think these guys do an honest job to the best of their abilities (with the obvious exception of a big cup tie of recent years) but today's ref was a huge frustration as we fought so hard in the final stages.
Think we were all basking in some long awaited joy last night. In the past 3 games I actually witnessed some good refereeing performances. Yesterday in the first half I saw the same. Solid, mostly correct decisions and no ego. That begs the question as to what happened in the second half yesterday. I witnessed the most appallingly biased performance from a referee in a long time and is why referees get abuse. The type of thing that should be reported by refereeing supervisors if they are in attendance. Perhaps there was and he left at half time. An utter disgrace.
Hard to digest what has happened in the last 48 hours but suffice to say Rovers have been handed a once in a lifetime lifeline.
No sympathy for Clyde and for the 1st time this season there is a glimmer of hope that we can avoid bottom.
Must be shattering news for Berwick and a Rovers win next weekend would be crucial.
A lifeline that's exactly what it is Tommy. Some fans are going a bit ga-ga here (Prof and Peter).We need to up the pressure next week on Berwick who last Saturday night would have been lying back with the cigars.
They have a game in hand on Tuesday night against QP and I have just noticed Queens have only won one game in the last 17. That was a 7-1 victory over Berwick. Don't think it will be the same result. Will be nerve jangling watching the result coming through as we have absolutely no control over it.