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Liquidation very much means the end!

You are trying to conflate Administration, with Liquidation.

Hearts (see previously) and Rangers both entered Administration. Hearts agreed a restructuring with their creditors and then came out of Administration - which you can do - and carry on as before.

Rangers did NOT agree a restructuring with their creditors, and thus then when the debts were called in were unable to pay their debts and so went into Liquidation - which is something you can't get out of. You're deid!

The reason the new club, not Rangers but The Rangers, are along with their fans known as the Huns is because most of their fans looking around for some team to follow decided the next best thing was to follow a tribute act, based in the same stadium, and wearing the same regalia, which would feed off the old fan-base in a mutually beneficial bond.
Do you actually believe some of the absolute tripe you post on here?
 
Ok, fair enough, I will defer to your greater knowledge of Scottish football, and treat them as a different club.

Bearing that in mind, then there is certainly one thing we have to be in agreement with when we look at things objectively, and that is the magnitude of their achievement.

A newly formed club starting in the lowest division getting promoted each year and then within a few years winning the EPL, it is hard to argue against that being the greatest domestic achievement by any Scottish club. It is some fairytale all the same.

I've no doubt as a fair minded individual you have a similar view.


CS, it might be helpful if you actually learnt something about Scottish Football as you're clearly out of your depth here.

You might want to check out Motherwell v The Rangers in the playoffs. 6-1 aggregate trouncing.

And as for it being the greatest domestic achievement by any Scottish club, even if they had achieved what you claimed (they didn't), again you're showing your ignorance. Celtic won the Treble 4 seasons in a row quite recently, something that is unlikely to ever be achieved again, given that in the previous nearly 150 years of Scottish football no club had even managed to do it even 2 seasons in a row.

And while you may marvel at the achievements of TRFC since 2012 you need to bear in mind the fact that they've been living beyond their means again in doing it. Something that saw the original RFC go the way of Renton, and Third Lanark before them. "You've got to cut your cloth according to your means" is a credo that is anathema to those at Ibrox
 
In an incredible show of fuckyoumanship, John Beaton has been appointed to officiate on Sunday.

Anyone surprised by that appointment hasn't been paying close attention to the carry on of the Scottish FA. Beaton is a known hun fan and he was the one who critically came in for criticism of his VAR carry on in the Hearts v Celtic match.

Suffice it to say that in England no way would a known Man U fan get to ref Liverpool v Man U
 
Liquidation very much means the end!

You are trying to conflate Administration, with Liquidation.

Hearts (see previously) and Rangers both entered Administration. Hearts agreed a restructuring with their creditors and then came out of Administration - which you can do - and carry on as before.

Rangers did NOT agree a restructuring with their creditors, and thus then when the debts were called in were unable to pay their debts and so went into Liquidation - which is something you can't get out of. You're deid!

The reason the new club, not Rangers but The Rangers, are along with their fans known as the Huns is because most of their fans looking around for some team to follow decided the next best thing was to follow a tribute act, based in the same stadium, and wearing the same regalia, which would feed off the old fan-base in a mutually beneficial bond.
Ever hear of papal infallibility?

Are you going to try and correct the pope the next time they go to Rome, by telling him the appropriate shout is who the fuck are Glasgow the Rangers.

I didn't think so you charlatan.
 
Didn’t the SFA put this to bed a long time ago? What do the official record books have to say about it?

The same SFA that had a secretary from the now defunct club that claimed they didn't know anything about players with side-letters (illegal in football) - said Secretary having himself been involved in the signing of the side-letters?

The same SFA that had chairman Farry that purposely refused to register a Celtic player on time so that he wouldn't be eligible to play against the huns, denied all such claims, was subsequently sued by Fergus McCann, was proven to be in the wrong and only then years later had to step down? THAT SFA? 😂
 
The same SFA that had a secretary from the now defunct club that claimed they didn't know anything about players with side-letters (illegal in football) - said Secretary having himself been involved in the signing of the side-letters?

The same SFA that had chairman Farry that purposely refused to register a Celtic player on time so that he wouldn't be eligible to play against the huns, denied all such claims, was subsequently sued by Fergus McCann, was proven to be in the wrong and only then years later had to step down? THAT SFA? 😂
U ok hun?
 
The same SFA that had a secretary from the now defunct club that claimed they didn't know anything about players with side-letters (illegal in football) - said Secretary having himself been involved in the signing of the side-letters?

The same SFA that had chairman Farry that purposely refused to register a Celtic player on time so that he wouldn't be eligible to play against the huns, denied all such claims, was subsequently sued by Fergus McCann, was proven to be in the wrong and only then years later had to step down? THAT SFA? 😂

In fairness, the period in which Gordon Smith was secretary of Rangers was excluded from the SFA's "investigation".

I expect the CEO of the SFA, Gordon Smith was a relieved man about that.

Interestingly, Sandy Bryson was also involved in that incident regarding the holding up of registrations for Celtic..... the same Sandy Bryson who gave evidence that Rangers players were "imperfectly registered" when they failed to disclose all of the documents which were a requirement of registration.
 
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