How realistic is it for us to leave this league?

davhow

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Think I managed to
Elaborate - By the way admin - surely a "post" should not be less than a full sentence?
Pretty sure I managed say everything there is too know on the matter in those 2 words? Could have done it in one.

To expand, there is currently nowhere for us to go and play at the highest level. If there is any possibility in the future I would think it would a full merge of leagues or creation of new British League.

Also, why are we talking about going to a league with much better competition when we've just lost to a team fighting for a top half finish?
 

attack-hands

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Should have went into the Conference back in 2012, rather than start at the bottom of Scottish Football - that would have shown them
 

Firthview Blue

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With Robertson running the show we will keep the dignified silence pish, quicker that man is removed the better for me
We need to stand up to these cheating b4stards but sadly thats not going to happen any time soon
 

BattlefieldBear

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It's a must. I absolutely despise this cesspit. Give me England every day of the week.

Could we get a petition going to force the board's hand?
 

CooperBlue

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Unrealistic and I hope we don’t, in the minority I know, but we’re Glasgow Rangers and we will get back to the top.
 
There is another scenario... we go out and play well, create chances and take a decent proportion of them.
Then the pathetic refereeing doesnt matter so much.
 

Barryhopez

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OP I suspect you know it's unrealistic.

An folk championing us start at the bottom of English football are in a really tragic fantasy.
 

Ricksen

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I really wish we could because it would totally DESTROY and finish the SFA and all the others that hate our club, would be well worth it, but will never ever happen sadly.

England aint interested.. and even if they was UEFA or FIFA would stop it.
This is why I’d rather we disappeared entirely than exist as celtics punching bag. The scum would eventually shrink to Aberdeen/hearts level if they were stuck here with zero competition for the next 30 years, papped out the EL qualifiers every season.

We should resign from the league, and just keep trying to get a start elsewhere. Maybe we’ll get in, maybe we wont. Anything’s better than this. Spend the rest of our Rangers supporting lives on the torture rack? No thanks, I’d rather be nothing. At least then we’d get to watch celtic fade away into nothing.
 

cockney gers boy

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You can say our team was poor on the park tonight and that's true however you are living in la la land if you don't think there is an agenda with the refereeing in this country. In reality the straw broke the camels back weeks ago but tonight has me seriously considering if we could realistically pack up in Scotland and leave it to hate itself to death?
had our only major chance to do this when we got f-ucked in 2012. never ever will this happen in my lifetime now.
 

strathavenbear

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And when we eventually win that league and move a step closer to the premiership?
A few years in the championship, possible promotion, then up and down the leagues.
I don't get this arrogance that being Rangers would mean we'd romp the English leagues and end up challenging for the EPL, it's fantasy imo.
 

Ricksen

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A few years in the championship, possible promotion, then up and down the leagues.
I don't get this arrogance that being Rangers would mean we'd romp the English leagues and end up challenging for the EPL, it's fantasy imo.
But at least the potential is there. Anything is possible given enough time. What potential do we have in Scotland?
 

pepsimax73

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All we need to do is find the wormhole that takes us to an alternative universe where both sides are treated equally and referees get yellow and red cards for shite decisions and I've got a Lamborghini Urus and Porsche 911 in my lockup
 

Jay1873

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Its slowly but surely starting to get the better of me. The day where I chuck Scottish football is approaching. I can handle being beat on a level playing field but what is happening just now is corruption pure and simple. The support are being robbed blind. Not by the club but by the governing bodies and officials who are doing their level best to make sure we don’t win the league
 

strathavenbear

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But at least the potential is there. Anything is possible given enough time. What potential do we have in Scotland?
The exact same as we've had in our nearly 150 years history.
Wasn't so long ago we were saying, start in the lower leagues of Scotland, play the kids, it will be fun, it quickly became shite.
I don't see why starting in the regional leagues in England would turn out any different.
 

Ricksen

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The exact same as we've had in our nearly 150 years history.
I’d disagree there. Since 2012 and the rise of nationalism our club has become the most hated institution in the country, far worse than its ever been in our history. The entire country is united against us.

Wasn't so long ago we were saying, start in the lower leagues of Scotland, play the kids, it will be fun, it quickly became shite.
I certainly never thought that. The majority of us considered the Scottish lower leagues a prison sentence.

I don't see why starting in the regional leagues in England would turn out any different.
Well we wouldn’t be the pariahs of the football league. And we wouldn’t be playing against clubs that wanted to kill us, and funding them in the process by filling out their grounds.
 

Kingging

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It's feasible but we would have to accept joining the lower reaches of the English pyramid. Probably the northern region at 6th tier. Right now I'd do it but I doubt the majority would
 

BattlefieldBear

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England would welcome us with open arms, and strong negotiations could see us parachute into a favourable league without having to go to bottom tier. The majority of bears would be in favour of this, make no mistake. This natzi country is an absolute cesspit, and we need out.

Let's get the ball rolling. Could it happen this summer or next?
 

BlueLagoonCo

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England would welcome us with open arms, and strong negotiations could see us parachute into a favourable league without having to go to bottom tier. The majority of bears would be in favour of this, make no mistake. This natzi country is an absolute cesspit, and we need out.

Let's get the ball rolling. Could it happen this summer or next?
Not sure if serious :confused:
 

Wugs

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You can say our team was poor on the park tonight and that's true however you are living in la la land if you don't think there is an agenda with the refereeing in this country. In reality the straw broke the camels back weeks ago but tonight has me seriously considering if we could realistically pack up in Scotland and leave it to hate itself to death?
 

TheStandardBearer

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We need to fight it. I understand the knee jerk for people wanting to leave, but we cannot accept this refereeing, rather than running away from it.

Teams should be allowed to be under par and not expect the referees to be as bad as they are and basically award the opposition victory.

The tarriers haven't had to put up with refereeing performances like this since they forced the referee strike. Anyone who can't see that needs help.
They never had to put up with them before the strike either mate.

They literally forged a referee to resign for making a correct call.

All tactical and planned with the end game being what we see now.
 

Poggers

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England would welcome us with open arms, and strong negotiations could see us parachute into a favourable league without having to go to bottom tier. The majority of bears would be in favour of this, make no mistake. This natzi country is an absolute cesspit, and we need out.

Let's get the ball rolling. Could it happen this summer or next?
 

Parkbear1

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Jesus christ, how pathetic, run away to England! Maybe if our manager and club started regularly calling out officials we might get somewhere and our well paid players showed some steel at key moments in games! 6 points we've pissed away in 50 minutes or so at Hearts and Killie, all the officials faults?
 

shotta1974

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never going to happen, yes our refs are atrocious but we have a rookie manager who`s faults are there for all to see. Rangers should never be a job to cut your teeth in management.
 

Sicario13

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Getting out of Scottish football would be great. Next time an English club goes under we should apply to take its place Would require a lot of legal know how but we have to start somewhere.
 

monkey magic

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Its slowly but surely starting to get the better of me. The day where I chuck Scottish football is approaching. I can handle being beat on a level playing field but what is happening just now is corruption pure and simple. The support are being robbed blind. Not by the club but by the governing bodies and officials who are doing their level best to make sure we don’t win the league

We may win the odd trophy in the next few years, but the set-up is now so ingrained concerning Scottish refs that it will take a Leicester-esque season from a few years back for us to ever take the title again. The dice is so loaded against us, it is now almost an impossibility.
 

Mad John

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England would welcome us with open arms, and strong negotiations could see us parachute into a favourable league without having to go to bottom tier. The majority of bears would be in favour of this, make no mistake. This natzi country is an absolute cesspit, and we need out.

Let's get the ball rolling. Could it happen this summer or next?
would they f*ck .

we wouldn't go without the soapdodgers .the english leagues don't need us , the public wouldn't want us . the police wouldn't want us and that is before all the red tape of switching countries .
 
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