Overdosing on the Survival Lie of 2012 Sevco have released a video claiming that they have been in Glasgow before everyone else!
Realisation over how they let their original club die in 2012 s cutting deep inside Ibrox with most club announcements referencing a timeline going back to 1873, or 1872 which came to an end when Her Majesty rejected a CVA offer put together by Duff and Phelps.
Yesterday a fourth kit of the season was launched at the wallets of supporters, the top starts off at £68 for adults with the shorts a bargain at just £38.
“We were here before everyone else, Glasgow is our city”
As the tune to the Famine Song plays
They’ve outdone themselves this time. pic.twitter.com/7JVCbruu1y
— Lint (@Zeshankenzo) October 14, 2021
Queens Park have been in existence since 1867, Rangers were formed in 1873 or 1872 playing football like any other club in Glasgow until they enforced a No Catholics signing policy in the early days of the new century as a dog-whistle to shipyard workers who had moved to the Clyde from Harland & Wolff.
Typically the video is aimed at the most bitter section of Scottish society. With a background of Sloop John B (I wanna go home) running through it all sorts of images are conjured up of the old club that was led to deaths door by Dave Murray before he handed the liabilities to Craig Whyte in return for a pound coin.
At the end of August hundreds of supporters were given a police escort through Argyle Street in Glasgow city centre while they chanted- The Famine Is Over Why Don’t You Go Home aimed at Scotland’s Irish community.
Tomorrow at Motherwell Celtic will be promoting the main business interest of Sevco chairman Douglas Park.
No Scottish players are highlighted in the video trailer above.