Celtic and Rangers should join the English Premier League


With the old debate of Celtic and Rangers joining the English Premier League again rearing its hard this week, we put it to you to tell us your feelings on the matter.

The issue has been debated time and time again over the years, but without enough support, the move has never materialised.

This time around prominent figures from both of the Glasgow clubs have raised the issue with Hoops majority shareholder Dermot Desmond the first to fan the flames.

And since then managers Ronny Deila and Mark Warburton have also gone on record to say they support the idea of their respective teams battling it out with sides south of the border.

But we put it to you and you have spoken.


An impressive 58 per cent of you think Celtic and Rangers should make the move south of the border and join the English Premier League.

A notable 42 per cent of you however thought that the Old Firm should stay in Scotland.

We know this debate is set to run and run, but for now the two Glasgow giants are staying put.

Ladbrokes make it a 20/1 shot that Celtic and Rangers play in the Premier League in the next five years while you can get odds of 500/1 for either side to win the title in that period.

Have your say on the matter and let us know in the comments section below!

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.