Stop bleating Rangers as YOU voted against the rule that would have seen Hibs punished
CORRUPTION has been the watchword of the past week in football.
First Big Sam’s England career ends in disgrace and then the SFA are accused of being too soft on Hibs after fans ran on the pitch to celebrate the Scottish Cup win in May.
Rangers are furious at the outcome, even though their club would be in just as much trouble if the SFA were able to take any action. But they're not able to take any action.
Why? Because Celtic and Rangers , the two clubs with the biggest influence in our game, said they were against strict liability in Scotland. Why? Because they know they would be on the... read more
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