The Scottish Football Association's referee disciplinary committee yesterday investigated the situation of Rod McDonald and Steve Pittman following incidents in a Premier Division match against Rangers. The referee Jim McGilvray, who has since resigned, cautioned McDonald at the interval for crossing himself as he left the pitch.
McDonald received a further booking during the game and was sent off, but is appealing against the first yellow card. Pittman, who was a spectator, was given a red card three times for his comments to the referee.
The Dunfermline assistant manager, Dick Campbell, has been banned from the dug-out until the end of the season after comments made to the referee in a match against Airdrie.
Clydebank and the West of Scotland rugby club are involved in talks which could lead to them both moving to a new stadium in Glasgow.Reuse content