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The Rangers threaten to sue Celtic and the Scottish Premiership League if the Hoops are crowned champions.
Coming soon in this ridiculous saga of “What Will Rangers Do Next” is apparently legal action. In a cheap attempt to appease their fans and feel better, the Rangers are threatening legal action against Celtic and the Scottish Premiership League if Celtic is crowned champion.
Due to the game suspension caused by the new coronavirus, leagues and clubs are wondering what to do at the end of the season. While the best solution would be to end the season behind closed doors, this solution is weakening day by day.
The next course of action would be to simply name the Celtic champion since they are 13 points ahead of the table. The Rangers ran into the second half of the season and reduced their chances of winning the league to just over 1%.
Football Insider reported that the Rangers will in fact file a lawsuit against the Hoops and the SPFL if that materializes. It is a bad attempt to try to manipulate the situation in the league, and quite frankly, the world is right now.
Even Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes realized that the most sensible approach would be to name the champion of the Hoops if the remaining games could not be played. The only group of people who would oppose this common sense approach are those who do not lack it – supporters of the Rangers.
A quick and quick resolution to end the season must occur. It is fair for the clubs, employees and fans of each club to do so. No one should worry about the Rangers’ threat in a mock trial for a resolution that is not only fair but necessary at the moment.