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“One down, one to go,” chant all non-Scottish football supporters

February 14, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Old not-so-firm

Football supporters outside Scotland are united in their celebrations that Rangers have gone into administration.

The Ibrox club comprises one-half of the worst two-horse race in the world, which many sport-lovers are now hoping could be entering the final furlong if Celtic go the same way.

Liverpool fan Andy admitted, “I thought I had enough to worry about with my club but then I heard the news about Rangers and remembered how lucky I was not to have an interest in the SPL.”

Wolves supporter Mohammed commented, “As humiliated as I felt after the home thrashing by West Brom, I was quickly comforted by imagining how bad things would be if I was a Rangers fan.”

And Pradeep from Nepal told us via Skype, “Football isn’t really too big here but you can still see a lot more quality in any game in our top league than in an Old Firm derby.”

  1. February 15, 2012 at 08:31


    It’s quite a shock that this has happened actually. I wonder if Scottish football will turn into an even bigger joke now.

  2. February 15, 2012 at 09:43

    As Whitney may have sung “Where do Bigots heart go?” now that one half of this 19th Century nonsense could fold.

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