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    Default quick question - Rangers SPL

    Does anyone know if they get stopped from playing in the champions league second season on FM?

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    Not at the moment they won't as nothing has been decided in real life yet.

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    I dont think this is coded into FM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cougar2010 View Post
    Not at the moment they won't as nothing has been decided in real life yet.
    They are def banned from Europe next season, a club in admin cannot apply for a license to play in Europe and the date for doing that was in March, they missed this and as such will not be allowed to play next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milnerpoint View Post
    They are def banned from Europe next season, a club in admin cannot apply for a license to play in Europe and the date for doing that was in March, they missed this and as such will not be allowed to play next year.
    They have applied to play though and SPL/UEFA haven't refused them entry yet although its probably just a matter of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cougar2010 View Post
    They have applied to play though and SPL/UEFA haven't refused them entry yet although its probably just a matter of time.
    From the BBC webiste back in Feb,

    If Rangers qualify for Europe next season, will they be allowed to play in European competition?

    That depends. If they come out of administration as the same entity, their licence to compete in Uefa competitions would be issued by the Scottish Football Association, provided they had exited administration by the end of March.

    Failure to exit administration by then would mean they would not have a licence and wouldn't be able to compete in Europe next season.

    If they come out of administration as a different entity, their license would lapse and they would have to apply for a new one. It would then be up to the SFA and Uefa to decide if a new licence can be granted.
    They missed this deadline and as such if Rangers finish second this year, as it looks like they will, our 3rd place team, most likely Motherwell will go into their slot.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...EFA-chief.html

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    At risk of going off topic, I'm sure there is a thread on Scotland's shame in the Football Section for such discussion.
    That said, Gers missed the deadline, the SPL haven't yet made a definitive statement regarding European football yet, which is disgusting.
    I agree UEFA have said, which is why its bizarre the SFA haven't said anything, Im sure they have some Gers-sympathisers amongst their ranks trying to work out a way round the UEFA ruling.
    Last edited by Frankchickens1; 02-05-2012 at 16:12. Reason: followon

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    It doesnt matter what the SFA say on the matter, UEFA have already said if they miss the deadline, they are not in Europe next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milnerpoint View Post
    It doesnt matter what the SFA say on the matter, UEFA have already said if they miss the deadline, they are not in Europe next year.
    From BBC website on 27th April:

    Rangers in administration

    Process began on 14 February
    Club deducted 10 SPL points
    Players and management agreed wage cuts to enable season's fixtures to be fulfilled
    Deadline for securing Uefa licence was missed but club have applied to play in Europe next season
    Celtic confirmed as SPL champions on 7 April
    Rangers 11 points clear of third-place Motherwell with four games to play

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    My quote still stands, it doesnt matter if they have applied, begged, or anything, UEFA have stated that no club is giving any special accomodation for applying for Europe, they missed deadlines and as such cannot play in Europe. To quote UEFA:

    From UEFA's point of view, there are certain deadlines that have to be met and, if they're not met, they will not be playing in Europe.


    'They have to make the deadline. There will be no extensions.'


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    Quote Originally Posted by milnerpoint View Post
    My quote still stands, it doesnt matter if they have applied, begged, or anything, UEFA have stated that no club is giving any special accomodation for applying for Europe, they missed deadlines and as such cannot play in Europe. To quote UEFA:
    Yes it does and I have no doubts that Rangers won't be in Europe next season but as it stands currently neither the SPL or UEFA have point blank refused them entry.

    Its up to the SPL at the end of the season as to which clubs are put forward for European competition and if they choose to put forward Rangers then and only then will UEFA step in and back up the warnings they have issued.

    Until either the SPL don't put forward Rangers or UEFA steps in to refuse entry do we have an answer 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milnerpoint View Post
    I dont think this is coded into FM.
    It deffo is maybe not for Rangers but on my Brentwood save Everton were banned from europe.

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    There's precedent with RCD Mallorca being refused entry to the Europa League two seasons ago as they were under bankruptcy proceedings.

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