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Old Firm gain access to EPL through the back door.


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Breaking news, the debate to let Celtic and Rangers to the Premiership moves on. The old firm have joined forces and sponsored the takeover of an ailing Championship team to gain entry into the Premier League having lost a recent Premiership Chairman 's vote.


Evening Chronicle sources reveal that the plot was hatched last year with the appointment of Tony Mowbrary as Celtic manager to run the rule over Scottich talent. As part of the plan Gordon Strachan was offered by Celtic to hard up Boro in a deal to replace Gareth Southgate and buy a controlling interest in Mowbrary's old club.


This has now prompted the exodus of old firm Scots players to Boro as part of the plan to get into the Premiership by the back door. From next season Boro will sell their remaining shareholding and naming rights to enable the club to rebrand as Celtic. The Boro brand will then transfer to Glasgow where Tony Mowbrary will realise his ambition of managing his former club.


Rangers will then follow suit with a mirror purchase of Sunderland where Steve the Bruce has been secretly hiding his Scottish roots for decades while also working under cover for Newcastle to destroy their fiercest rivals in their quest to expand their fan base.



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