Christie delighted with match officials

first_imgScotland midfielder Ryan Christie has revealed his delight with the match officials during his country’s 4-0 against Albania.Russian referee Bezborodov took note of Mergim Mavraj’s first challenge on Christie before Scotland’s James Forrest, and later showed the Aris centre-back a red cardThat was the second red card situation Christie has been involved in the space of a week after Livingston striker Dolly Menga was banned for two games for putting his head towards Christie in a goalless Scottish  Premiership clash between Celtic and Livingston last Sunday, after it was initially missed by the match officials“That’s two in a week,” he said, as quoted in Scotsman.“I wasn’t sure if it was the captain who made the initial challenge but I was trying to get the ball off him for the free-kick and he seemed to get really aggressive and put the head towards me. I am happy that the officials saw this one.”ScotlandScotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.It is has been a fantastic season for Christie, who has only recently became a regular in Brendan Rodger’s team before putting pen to paper on a new three-year deal with the Scottish champions last week.“It has been a bit of a whirlwind. I have found myself very lucky that they have put me into a team full of great players all around me.“We are playing some great football with Celtic just now and coming away at international level, I really enjoyed playing in that team on Saturday night.“Callum McGregor was sitting in behind me tonight as I am used to and when you have players like Ryan Fraser and James Forrest running off the ball, it makes my job easy.”last_img


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