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Football League Faces Competition To Tempt Scottish Sides Rangers, Celtic

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 31 / 16

A " dramatic change of tack " by UEFA means that the Football League "will face competition" for the inclusion of Scottish Premiership sides Celtic and Rangers should it "choose to invite the Old Firm into the new five-division English structure" proposed for the '19-20 season, according to Roddy Fo...

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