- Posted July 2, 2012 by
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"RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB MUST BE SAVED"DEVILS ADVOCATE GIOVANNI DI STEFANO TELLS UEFA
Di Stefano severally criticizes the Scottish Football Association and the Scottish Premier League as having themselves violated UEFA Statutes since 1975 and that UEFA must consider “the club known as Rangers Football Club and the company Rangers Football Club Ltd as two separate entities.”
Di Stefano equates the proposed sanctions to Rangers Football Club the same as executing an innocent person.
In an article published by his Online Publishing Company Di Stefano delineates carefully various UEFA Statutes that the SFA, SFL and the SPL have all violated and asks if it is right that those who break the law should sit in judgement on others?
Rangers FC have a fan base of slightly fewer than 5,000,000 worldwide whilst the population of Scotland is registered in 2012 at 5,222,100. Di Stefano points out to Michel Platini that one of the UEFA Statutes confers on the various national associations the obligation of taking into consideration the views of the supporters.
In a carefully worded statement today David Longmuir the CEO of the SFA has confirmed that the feelings of the Rangers clan will be taken into consideration. Walter Smith a Scottish football legend has slammed the SFA for acting ‘negligently’ over the Rangers affair.
Di Stefano points out that officially Rangers Football Club Limited is still in administration and as such the only sanction that can or should be considered is a point deduction. The SFA have no powers to consider expelling the team from the Premier League.
An unusual champion fighting the Rangers corner since Di Stefano was once a Director of Dundee FC that itself fell afoul of the SFA and was relegated to the 1 Division where it has remained.
“Dundee FC will be back in top class football in the season 2013/14” stated Di Stefano.
As for Rangers Football Club all Di Stefano would say was that “no one can ignore its supporter base almost equal to the population of Scotland. A lot of political votes involved. If the Government can bail out a bank why should it not at worst put money into a club that was formed a year before its national association.”
Who can or dare argue with the Devil’s Advocate?
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