I don’t assume anything, either way. I wasn’t on the park or in the dressing room so I don’t know what was or wasn’t said. Nor does anyone on this forum. So I won’t be criticising any QP players for those reasons. Players are employees of the club. If Fox had a particular problem he and his manager should have channeled it via the clubs, not the media. What I can say confidently is that Fox should have had at least one yellow in the first half for repeated incidents of aggressive behaviour and his first yellow was a violent attack, whilst sitting on the ground and play had been halted, which for many other players would have been a straight red. He had been bullying - something else that isn’t acceptable in the modern world but seems to be okay if you have mental health issues - our right back in the first half but he had been swapped for another player who with his first tackle let Fox know he was in a game. Ten minutes later he was off the park with two incidents both of his own making. That’s what I witnessed. Then there’s the obvious issue of why did it take 3 weeks to bring this matter out? If it’s about wider issues why then specifically mention Queen’s Park? The way the report was framed made it look like he was targeted. Bollan was also interviewed which suggests it’s been endorsed, perhaps suggested, by the club. Perhaps they don’t know how to cope with this situation anymore? My wife works in Criminal Justice. She’s not a psychologist but has significant experience and training in identifying people at risk of both physical and mental abuse/damage. She watched the tv interview and immediately said the guy needs an intervention and quickly. That’s social work jargon for professional help. I trust her judgement. Putting the guy in the glare of the public, especially via the gutter press, really isn’t helping the individual. And whilst the snowflakes might argue that all other clubs and players have a collective responsibility to look after this poor man, that’s a ridiculous expectation that’s unachievable and offers nothing but false hope. The club aren’t doing him any favours following that path. Whatever events have brought him to where he’s at, blaming everyone else isn’t part of the solution. Cowdenbeath have adopted something that’s been developed over a long time, probably the lifetime of David Fox. It’ll take a long time, maybe decades, for him to manage his illness. For a footballer to have the focus of his game aggressively winding up other players and violently attack one in particular and then use the press to blame everyone else then he’s a long way short of a coping strategy let alone wellbeing. And that’s the crux for CFC. It’s brutally obvious that continuing to expose this fragile character to the testosterone-fulled environment of the Scottish Leagues is only going to be worse for his health and consequently worse for the club. It’s an enigma for me that coaches - unqualified medically - will accept a decision by a doctor that a player can’t play for physical reasons but everyone feels uncomfortable accepting medical advice for someone with an injured mind. The boy needs time away from playing football. Maybe there’s a more therapeutic role for him at the club.