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Rangers Voted Into 2012/13 Scottish Division Three, Boast 46,000 Higher Average Attendance Than New Opponents

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By Chris Wright

At Hampden Park yesterday afternoon, 25 of the 30 Scottish Football League clubs voted that Rangers Newco (the new club stitched together like the Six Million Dollar Man from the few remaining assets of the old, now liquidated club) would be allowed to compete in Division Three in 2012/13.

Rangers Voted Into 2012/13 Scottish Division Three, Boast 46,000 Higher Average Attendance Than New Opponents

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By Chris Wright

At Hampden Park yesterday afternoon, 25 of the 30 Scottish Football League clubs voted that Rangers Newco (the new club stitched together like the Six Million Dollar Man from the few remaining assets of the old, now liquidated club) would be allowed to compete in Division Three in 2012/13.

Rangers newco: Berwick say Division 3

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And yet another statement.

Many clubs have embraced verbosity. Not so Berwick.

Less than 100 words.

The crucial line: "directly into SFL Division Three."


Berwick Rangers Board tonight agreed unanimously that should the new Rangers FC be admitted to the SFL for the new season, that they would support a move directly into SFL Division Three.

Scottish Cup Fourth Round Preview

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Three days of Scottish Cup action to look forward to. Much talk of "cupsets" but probably not many actual upsets. And, I'd wager, a mention or two for Berwick Rangers, the most famous of Davids in Scottish football's gallery of Goliath-slayers.

Pitch inspections at a few of these games and snow falling as I write so things could be subject to change.

The Monday Ballbag

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In another action-packed weekend of Scottish football, Aberdeen fail to capitalise on last week's epic win against Rangers, Hamilton record a rare win but a tunnel fracas after their game with Hearts will keep the SFA busy this week. And it's a sign that all is not well in Scottish football when only 16 goals [.

Neil Lennon

El Celtic de Neil Lennon

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01.05.2012 - Días complicados vive el (Glasgow) Rangers como para que su (movilizada) parcialidad protestante unionista resista los embates de un clásico (derby), el último de la temporada, en casa de su rival campeón (35º jornada de la Liga Escocesa).
No es la condición de River en Argentina o América de Cali en Colombia pero los Rangers, en el peor momento de su centenaria historia, con quiebra decretada y castigados por la SFA (Scottish Football Association), llegaron al atestado Celtik Park con 18 puntos menos que su rival (10 quitados por sanción) para ver como festejaban el título (ya logrado el mes pasado) ante su público y sus propias narices.

Five things you may have missed…

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Game Intelligence compresses the week's football smorgasbord into one easily digested pill for your delectation... Twitter twats get their comeuppance A couple of youth team players from Scottish Third Division sides Clyde and Berwick Rangers are LOLing on the other side ... Continue reading →

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SPL: Boxing Day Bonanza

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A full SPL card on Boxing Day to help you digest the turkey leftovers.

Well, maybe. Weather permitting. At the moment all the games are on. But that's subject to change. Motherwell are working on a burst pipe but are apparently confident the TV game will go ahead. A decision on the Hibs game and Aberdeen's ability to get to Edinburgh is being made tomorrow.

Update: Scottish Fourth Level Champions

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At the end of last season, we did a quick blog post about Scottish Fourth level champions which stated no team had ever won the Third Division twice in it's 15 year history.

Livingston's 0-0 draw with Berwick Rangers and their crowning as champions has obviously changed this fact, since Livingston also won the league in the 1995-96 season.

Update: Scottish Fourth Level Champions

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At the end of last season, we did a quick blog post about Scottish Fourth level champions which stated no team had ever won the Third Division twice in it's 15 year history.

Livingston's 0-0 draw with Berwick Rangers and their crowning as champions has obviously changed this fact, since Livingston also won the league in the 1995-96 season.

Damn you Andrew Little! (or: “The Scottish Fitba Review”)

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In a remarkable weekend of Scottish fitba in which the league leaders across the four divisions of Scottish football either saved or dropped valuable points in injury time, Inside Left comes out smelling of roses, as the predictions we made on Friday turn out to be almost correct. I was actually a minute or so away [.

The Ballbag Contractual Obligation Update

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Red cards, score draws and a dream about Wick Academy all feature in this week's quick (and we mean quick) round-up of the weekend action across Scotland.

Alba Challenge Cup: the misery continues for Livingston

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While the rest of the UK is still fannying around in meaningless friendlies, up in Scotland the season has started for the clubs in the Scottish Football league, as this years Alba Challenge Cup kicked off.

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Boxing Day Postponements across Britain

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Boxing Day football is a British tradition. Whereas most of the big European leagues let their players have the entire Christmas weekend off, the English, Scottish and Welsh leagues go right back to work. But this year, the holidays have come along with quite a bit of snow, and much of the schedule in England and Scotland will be called off.