Ibrox side unhappy with Scottish re-structuring plans.
talkSPORT today reports that Rangers chief executive Charles Green is advising Rangers leave Scottish Football and move to the English footballing pyramid.
Green is unhappy about Scottish footballing re-structuring plans that are set to come into place following attempts to reform the league system North of the Border.
“If what we’re seeing is the future of Scottish football, I would advise my board to explore the options of leaving Scottish football,” Green told talkSPORT.
“As chief executive of the club, my obligations are the club’s shareholders and its fans and I couldn’t recommend that the long-term best interest of Rangers is served by remaining in Scottish football.”
“Under the current structures, there aren’t many options,” he added.”We’ve looked at the English league where people have said Scottish clubs aren’t allowed in.
“Well, let’s kick Cardiff out and kick Swansea out of the English Premier League, because they’re in a different country. So are we saying Wales is fine but Scotland isn’t?
“We could go and join the Conference (Blue Square Premier) and we would be in a higher league that we’re in now, it doesn’t matter to me.
“If Rangers fans want to comment, if the option and the only option is to go into English football and start at the lowest level, I believe Rangers fans would support that.”
Rangers currently top Scottish League Division Three by 17 points having won 14 of their 19 matches thus far.