Rangers fans have been fed a lot of lies over the years. The story of the £20 million investor appears to be another of them.
Football leagues all around Europe have been forced into suspension due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus. That has left a lot of Scottish clubs staring at a bleak future.
It is no secret that clubs in Scotland do not have the financial security of those down south. And an extended break might put a lot of their futures into doubt. Thus, the cry of Rangers fans for the season to be declared ‘null and void’ has been very confusing.
Cancelling a season will raise a number of issues. The biggest of them probably is the money that clubs will have to return to broadcasters and season ticket holders. Rangers fans though appear their club is immune to these problems.
A reason for that might be the £20 million investment that the fans were promised by the club. But weeks having passed, nothing has come to fruition yet.
According to the Daily Mail, the investment has been put off due to the impact of the Coronavirus. And that puts the club’s ability to stay afloat in these tough times into question.
If anything they needed the investment the most at this time. But it looks like that they have been deserted once again.
And with their saviour seemingly gone, could the club be forced into extinction once again? After what happened back in 2012! Surely not. Right?