Glasgow Rangers are back in Scotland’s top flight. Sevco Scotland Limited, the club’s owner, changed their name to Rangers Football Club Limited in July 2012, as Rangers were relegated to the fourth tier level.
Now, four years later, the club is back and ready to compete with city rivals Celtic. However, fans of The Bhoys took to Twitter to welcome this “new” Rangers club in the top flight…
ICYMI, Rangers are back in the top flight. Here’s how they and Celtic have squared up since 2012. pic.twitter.com/s2CRRv76xQ
— PA Dugout (@PAdugout) 6 april 2016
Always nice to see smaller clubs achieve milestones. Congratulations Rangers on achieving top flight status for the first time. #Sevco
— Tony Duffy (@AnthonyDuffy) 5 april 2016
Congrats to Rangers for being promoted to the Prem for the first time in history. Huge moment for such a new club. https://t.co/YnSm37fiTh
— Fraser Smith (@FraserASmith) 5 april 2016
Will fans of Celtic and this new Rangers get on alright in their 1st year in the same division, or still hate each other for other reasons?
— Gary Shufflebottom (@shuffchenko) 5 april 2016
— Brendan Kelly (@brendan_kelly97) 5 april 2016