Rangers lose in the first leg of the playoff final. Likelihood of if they don't turn over the 3-1 deficit that the SFA will try to make a new rule to fast track rangers into next seasons SPL?
It has happened what seemed so unlikely 3 years ago - most clubs are doing fine, Rangers, in whatever incarnation, struggle competitivly & financially and might loose their self-determination akin to the playmobil-league down south. Doncaster has even managed a sponsorship despite his baffling incompetence. If they fail to get promoted, they won't get promoted. Simple as that.
It might be for the better if they can't beat a bad Motherwell side at home. Another season of Alloa & Livingston beckons.
Enough of that - who was this season's most positive surprise? Hearts? Dundee?
Shale: My heart does not qualify as shiny. I kill. Frequently, and not without pleasure.
Leliana: You had a difficult life. Deep down, at the center of your being, you are a good person. I believe that.
Shale: Even though I have never demonstrated this aspect? How peculiar.
Leliana: You aren't all stone, Shale. There is a person inside of you.
Shale: If so, it is because I ate it.
Well, Motherwell was very clinical today and won 3-0. So that's another season in the second tier for Rangers then, and apparently the SPFL wants to discuss introducing the Danish idea of two 12 team leagues splitting into three 8 team leagues half way through But only for 2016/2017, if it comes...
As for positive surprises, I'd still give Queen of the South a shout and obviously Inverness, who won their first silverware EVER last night. Congrats to them, especially since a LOT of people expected Yogi Hughes to be a failure. We should also not forget about Hamilton's first half of the season and especially Alex Neil's part in it, a man who finished the season and the job perfectly with Norwich in the English promotion play-offs.
The tentacled horror from beyond my stars spoke, and von Neumann help me, in my madness, I understood its words.
Dè a tha Montrose Mór ag ràdh?
Heavy Metal will never die. - Sir Christopher Frank Carrandini Lee.