Will Rangers go into administration? If so, will they survive as a Football Club? What will happen to Scottish Football if Rangers go under?
Haha! That is definitely a certainty, I used to know some Celtic fans at school, and you only had to breathe the word 'Rangers' and they'd turn into raging bulls. I think Rangers we'll survive one way or another, like you say they're far too famous to go under. I wish the same could be said for Portsmouth, apparently they've applied to re-enter administration, another ten point deduction that'll drop them into the relegation zone, will they ever turn things around?
Well there in administration, shame Scottish football really needs Rangers and Celtic to flourish. There's only one winner this season, thats for sure!
True, Celtic are 14 points clear, I think. For all the negativity that surrounds the Old Firm, e.g. sectarianism violence. We often forget how vital Celtic and Rangers are to Scottish Football. If Rangers go bust, then what the hell happens to Celtic. Apparently there are several Premier League clubs that could soon be in a similar situation, but its just paper talk for now.
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