Rangers invited to a brand new European Super League

Rangers invited to a brand new European Super League
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 29: Rangers fans show their support during the Ladbrokes Premiership match between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park on December 29, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The last time we discussed the European Super League on here, supporting it as we did, we were greeted by a tonne of abuse, as was the idea in general from the luminary pundits like Gary Neville, who of course isn’t now being paid by Qatar this world cup having condemned that too…

But the idea never went away, and UEFA’s true corruption has shone like a beacon the past 6 months to a year, and now Rangers have been effectively invited to a revised version, along with them from across the city.

And quite clearly, we at Ibrox Noise would jump at the chance to be part of this.

Scottish football is dead, and has been for a long long time, and we were always in favour of a rival league to the overpowered Champions League, with the idea resurfacing because of the even further overpowered Premier League.

That’s right, the source of the main objections to the ESL came from the likes of Neville and the PL, people invested in the global monopoly the PL has now become – the murder of football hasn’t come from an ESL proposal, but in the ludicrous sums spilling around in England.

And Rangers will never be invited to join football down south, so the only way our club can grow is by joining a revamped ESL.

We’re completely for it – end of the day we want Rangers to be successful, and no one is going to tell us they’re happy playing St Mirren every week – a new take on the Atlantic league is essentially the idea behind the ESL, and the money in it would be big.

Think of LIV golf – for all the world’s hypocritical hatred of the new golf tour, it’s attracted most of the big names, and an ESL would do the same. And Rangers cannot afford to say no if the idea does come to fruition and it is formed.

So yes, we’ll see how this new proposal goes, and yes, we’re well aware UEFA are scrambling with their lawyers. No wonder they’re scared, they don’t want to lose their financial monopoly.

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  1. There are lots of really good reasons for this and I support mostly all of them , our football would improve , our finances and the level of player we cou0d attract. This might be why Kylie Fox is pushing to get in . I have just one small observation. I mostly don’t give F**k for all most all of the Scottish Clubs their greedy short sighted green loving owners and chair things, but they would go out out the game , who cares I hear you say. Perhaps it might be the change and impetus to get our game on a proper grounding using the Danish or Icelandic models though??…Na no chance Bobby Blazers would fuck that up

  2. This is a truly great idea ! I am all for rangers doing everything to join this league ,It is just too much of a jump to go from the utter mince here to european football ,as has been shown by ALL our participants .
    The best way for us to improve ,is by playing top clubs from spain, holland ,belgium ,portugal ,denmark ,norway etc week in week out while of course earning far more money from sponsorship and tv rights .
    We are a massive fish in a small pissing pool here .

  3. It’s a brilliant idea! Not just for the Old Firm, but the rest of Scottish football. At least they will now have the chance of winning the top league.
    TV money will drop, and a few Clubs may go to the wall, but I’ve always thought that we don’t have the population numbers to support all the professional clubs we have.

    As for Rangers, hopefully we will improve our finances, and compete with better players in this new league.
    It’s the 21st Century, not the 19th, and we have to look to the future.

  4. I would love it if the Old Firm were allowed in the ESL.
    I support an ESL if there is promotion and relegation. Perhaps there could be two divisions.
    I am dead against the Old Firm joining the English leagues, because,
    1) People would think Scotland was part of England.
    2) The Scottish clubs would be expected to start many tiers down and could end up decades behind.
    3) The Scottish clubs would be seen as having no trophies, so no history. Despite playing for over 100 years in Scotland.

    But if the Scottish clubs joined the ESL, all the teams would be starting on no titles, the Old Firm could join in the top or at least the second tier.
    Scotland is in Europe.

    My ideas for Scottish football are to have extra Pan-Great Britain Cups on top of domestic and European football, like the way Scotland invites Welsh and Northern Irish sides into the Scottish Challenge Cup;
    1. Merge the Scottish League Cup, English League Cup and Welsh League Cup as Great Britain Cup.
    2. Invite all Scottish Premier sides not in Europe, and selected Welsh Cymru sides into the Football League Trophy.
    3. Invite all Scottish Premier and Scottish Championship sides not in Europe and all Welsh Cymru Premier sides as guests in the English non-league F A Trophy.

    Joey Vimsante, Wales.

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