Celtic are too bothered about making the money in the CL group stages.
It's all very sad for the supporters and I hope they know who to blame, because it's all down to the greed of agents and players wages with the added incompetency of gross mis-management of ill educated chairmen and boards.
An absolute shambles that should never ever be forgotten and will not be.
Shame on all of the bastards.
They'd lose all their playing staff, in all honesty.Originally Posted by Matt90
But they're a big enough club to attract players far better than the division they will find themselves in on the revenue they will take from the gates. If they do start in Division 3 expect consecutive promotions.
For what it's worth I think no football club should be too big to fail. I really don't like Rangers or a lot of the element around them, but I feel quite sorry for football fans who turn up to support their team every week.
Looks like an exodus of playing staff has started - Steven Naismith has announced he's going to walk away from the "newco" club, although Rangers new owners have threatened to sue any player who tears up their existing contract.
"I don't want to be rude but I could not have gone to Derby. It was impossible"
Guy Moussi, July 2011.
So you can pull a fast one by liquidating a company and set up a brand new one the following day... yet when employees insist their should-be-void contracts are no longer valid they can be sued?! What a joke.
Hibernian have also said they are voting against Rangers, thats 3 known clubs voting against so far.
Apparently St Johnstone and Aberdeen are widely thought to be voting "no" (although neither have confirmed) which means Rangers are out
Yeah, this article says Aberdeen, Dundee Utd and Hearts were already planning to vote against it- so with the addition of Hibernian that puts them at 4. Though Aberdeen are missing from todays article on the bbc so Aberdeen must still be deciding
If Aberdeen do vote against, and St Johnsotne do as well- then as you say Rangers are out
Aberdeen say no to Rangers.
That's it. Rangers are gone from the SPL.
So what happens about them potentially joining the SFL?
Do they join in the next division down from the SPL or in the bottom division? Do they SFL clubs get the chance to vote on them joining?
The question for the SFL is do they let Rangers into Division One, and thus the bottom team in the SPL doesn't get relegated, or do they put Rangers in Division Three, and shuffle the other clubs up?
Or do they tell them to do one and join the Highland Football League?
So Rangers being kicked out the SPL will benefit a few clubs all the way down the league system.
I really hope they have to go all the way to the bottom.
St Johnstone the latest to rub salt into the wound by voting against an introduction of a new Rangers according to SSN.
Rangers attempts to merge with third-division Queens Park FC have been abandoned as they couldn't come up with an appropriate name...
In an attempt to fund their new venture, Rangers have signed a sponsorship deal with QuickQuid. The new company will be called The Loan Rangers.
Criminal investigation to begin from the Police as well, to do with the sale last year.
They deserve to go to prison and the club must start from the Scottish 3rd with a 20 point reduction.
Feel for the supporters, but surely some of them should have been seriously questioning the suicidal path the owners were taking them ?