Timing being everything, they handed out the latest epistle at half time in the match against Kilmarnock while their team were being systematically dismantled by the opposition with no help at all from the match officials.
Do they have a mirror in the boardroom at Tynecastle?
As Fedotovos prattles on about insuring that "the Scottish game is not a place for reputation damaging situations", has he clocked that his club is in debt to the tune - a dirge presumably - of something in the excess of £30m?
If you want the SFA to get their house in order, then I suggest you buy a Hoover yourself, mate.
Honestly, they should turn Scottish football into a soap opera and flog it round the world.
Meanwhile, Hugh Dallas must feel like he's in a Chicago garage and it's St Valentine's Day.
I thought the Tommy Sheridan trial was interesting until Craven-gate began to unfold.
Allegations of lies, scenes of shame and cover-ups. Forget the court room, this is just the match officials' dressing room at Tannadice.
We asked for the truth and demanded explanations. We got the latter but I'm still not sure we got the former.
Steven Craven's Sunday paper allegations still don't dovetail with what referee Dougie McDonald, referee supervisor Dallas and Martin Cryans - chairman of the Senior Football Referees' Association have to say.
Craven resigned his assistant referee post after the Tannadice furore
Except on one point of course: lies were told. Small and white in the beginning, but monster and dark when the massaging was done.
Celtic will shake this like a dog with a rag doll and will feel vindicated that they asked questions.
And of course they were right, because the actions of the referee and linesman and the route they took to the decision made no sense.
But I would remind you that they did eventually reach the correct destination. Dundee United keeper Dusan Pernis was guilty of no crime and McDonald was right to reverse his decision to award a penalty
Craven and McDonald behaved like schoolboys caught smoking behind sheds, but the tone of the unprompted tirade from Hearts refers darkly to "minimising the risk of match-fixing."
Is that really where we are?
Is football in this country on the threshold of corruption, or is it just plain clumsy?
This murky business has bloodied the face of our game, of that there is no doubt, but does it really justify the lynching of Dallas and the public whipping of McDonald?
Celtic's muscle once strong-armed Jim Farry on to the dole and I suspect the club - under a different administration - smell blood again.
But in this case I would point out that crime and punishment are uneasy bedfellows.
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