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Shameless Maxwell waits TWENTY THREE days to charge Ibrox Covidiots

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Twenty-three days after they were issued with Fixed Penalties for attending a house party the has finally decided to charge Nathan Patterson and his four Covidiot friends.

The case will be heard on March 25. Patterson has played in Premiership matches against Livingston and St Mirren.

In sharp contrast, earlier in the season Celtic had two matches postponed and Boli Bolingoli charged by the within five days of the defender taking a trip to Spain and not self-isolating on return.

As recently as November the had a fairly efficient. On November 2, the day after Scot Arfield’s 32nd birthday Jordan Jones and George Edmundson were caught at a house party and issued with Fixed Penalties. TWO DAYS later they were charged by the SFA.

Having acted so quickly with Celtic and Boligoli then with Jones and Edmundson it seems strange that and chums inside have waited 23 days to charge Patterson.

It is highly unlikely that Celtic or any other club will ask any questions about the delay in charging the Ibrox Covidiots but the clue may be in James Tavernier’s sore leg.

Fixed Penalty November 2

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