Look, we all know Rangers died.
The history books will forever show that the club went into administration, then liquidation and then eventually die.
It’s a fact. End of.
Yet the media in this country and the footballing authorities still continue to peddle the myth that this Rangers is the real Rainjurs.
The only thing I would say to that is, ok, if you want to carry on as the old club, settle their liabilities and we’ll call it quits.
But we know that will not happen.
All the chat this last two weeks has been centred around the ‘values’ of that club after Partick Thistle-gate. They have none.
The fans made that abundantly clear when they booed and jeered the goal, and then displayed a banner against their manager.
But the SPFL didn’t cover themselves in glory with this tweet either:
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They haven’t even won it once. But it is this type of bending over for that club that not only annoys the fans, but also the businesses that were owed millions by them.
And it wasn’t just Celtic fans that pointed this out to the governing body:
The liquidation myth continues
— Danny B (@frankieboy1887) February 21, 2023
We’re they not formed only a few years ago?
— Paul Mcvinn (@PeteMcvinn) February 21, 2023
Here is the problem the establishment trying to lie for the establishment team, pathetic that the biased and hurt is oozing out of them
— John McCabe (@JohnMcCabe28) February 22, 2023
— 🍀Rusty Zip ⭐️ (@meetingsmonkey) February 21, 2023
Rangers died in 2012 thru liquidation. Sevco was formed and they changed their name to The Rangers Football Club Ltd. Rangers players could walk away and break their contracts because the club didn’t exist anymore. The new club then had to buy the history of the old club. Got it? pic.twitter.com/oWboOfGuD1
— Den Byrne (@DenByrne2) February 21, 2023
Lets see the 5 way agreement
— Gs (@gshep8867) February 22, 2023