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Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to SPFL clubs’ reported fears of collapse after fresh government plans

Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to SPFL clubs’ reported fears of collapse after fresh government plans - Rangers News

An article from Daily Record journalist Keith Jackson has prompted plenty of reaction from Glasgow Rangers supporters.

In an article that he shared on Twitter, he wrote that numerous clubs in the SPFL are fearing a ‘catastrophic’ collapse over the coming months after the UK government revealed that football fans could be prohibited from attending matches for the next six months.

In turn, many clubs are fearing the need for an emergency bailout from the Scottish government to combat the stark possibility of going out of business, with the Championship, League One and League Two inactive since early March due to the outbreak of the global pandemic.

According to the Daily Record, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is ‘extremely unlikely’ to allow fans back into games in Scotland before their English counterparts.

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Jackson’s reporting of the potential plight of SPFL clubs drew little sympathy from these ‘Gers fans on Twitter, who no doubt will recall how the majority of clubs in the SPFL rejected their calls for an independent inquiry into the organisation earlier this year amid accusations of corruption over their handling of the league resolution proposal.

Here is a flavour of the reaction from the Ibrox faithful:

‘Gers fans, would you be sorry to see clubs from lower divisions going bust if the current crisis results in that eventuality? Join in the discussion by commenting below!


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