Apologies for writing about the parlous state of Scottish football.
Some readers may wish to take refuge in Lesley Duncan's Poem of the Day. Unless Lesley has uncovered an ode called The Rangers' Return To Berwick.
It's not about football. It's about economics and Armageddon. The bottom line seems to be that the game cannot survive unless the Old Firm play at least four times a season on Sky TV. But Celtic are in the top division while Rangers are three leagues below them. The leagues as we know them will wither and die. With no Celtic-Rangers ties the Glasgow economy will take a £40 million hit each year.
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