Date: 26th December 2018 at 4:13pm
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were united in their condemnation of Willie Collum as he took the #STOPTHETEN campaign to new heights.

Last month the club from Ibrox issued a statement claiming that there were underlying issues with the Lanarkshire based official.

Since issuing the statement Collum hasn’t been put in charge of a single match involving the tribute act- increasing the chances of other clubs suffering from Collum’s ‘look-at-me’ style of refereeing.

After 24 minutes a borderline decision resulted in a penalty to Aberdeen which allowed to equalise. Soon after, right in front of Collum Niall flew into a challenge on that could easily have broken the platers leg.

Collum’s most outrageous mistake was still to come, in the 83rd minute with leading 2-1 launched an outrageous dive in the penalty box. True to form Scotland’s leading referee pointed to the penalty spot with Sam Cosgrove levelling the scores.

There was still time for to score two more, through and Scott Sinclair which rendered Lewis Ferguson’s late goal meaningless.

Three of Collum’s Lanarkshire refereeing colleagues, John Beaton, Bobby Madden and David Roome will be in charge of Saturday’s match at Ibrox.