DanLad Posted November 11, 2009 Share Posted November 11, 2009 Rangers and Celtic are welcome south, but they're going to have to start in the very bottom tier of professional football in this country and work their way up. Why don't they do this? They fancy themselves as big as the Arsenal's and Man Utd's of the world. Arsenal's and Man Utd reserve sides could probably operate comfortably in the Championship or lower echelons of the Prem. Enter a team in non-league now. Blood youngsters and give fringe players competitive games and work through the leagues. When you get to the Prem then you can make the switch fully. It'd take a few years, but if they'd have done this a few years ago they'd be there now. None of this 'do they deserve to jump the queue' as they'd be there by rights. There might be a FIFA thing against entering teams in 2 leagues, or something, but wouldn't that be ruled uncompetitive under European law? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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