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Lennon 'disgusted' by team news leak before Rangers defeat. Although the EBTs were legal at the time, the way that Rangers used them was not, enabling them to acquire players — and win trophies — that they otherwise could not afford.
When EBTs were subsequently outlawed, the club was faced with an enormous tax bill that it simply could not meet.
In the end, the holding company that owned Rangers were forced into liquidation in A new company bought them, and the club was forced to reconstitute itself and reapply to the league, joining at the lowest tier of Scottish professional football in League Two.
It took them four years to climb back to the Premiership, and, apart from the occasional cup game, there were no derbies in that period.
Some Celtic fans have taunted their Rangers counterparts by claiming that their newly formed club are just parvenus with no history.
Yet, whilst there were a section of Celtic fans who professed not to miss their old rivals, TV companies, broadcasters and club treasurers certainly did.
No other games in Scotland come close in terms of how much money is generated from them. No other match in British football has seen so many tragedies and controversies, on and off the pitch.
The worst incident came in at Ibrox , home of Rangers. It was a stadium that had seen its share of deaths before. In , 25 people died and people were injured when part of a stand collapsed during a Scotland and England match.
Two people were killed in a crush on a stairway in , and, both in and , there were injuries on the notorious Stairway Two years later, disaster struck in an Old Firm match.
With Celtic leading heading into injury time, thousands of Rangers fans tried to leave early. However, their side conjured a late equaliser, causing pandemonium and a deadly crush.
It was the worst British stadium disaster before Hillsborough, which happened 18 years later. Sadly, deaths have not been confined to the stadium.
There have been numerous fights and stabbings amongst rival fans, and the threat of violence is never far from the surface. Another flashpoint came after the Scottish Cup Final, which Celtic won by a single goal.
However, that was completely overshadowed by the aftermath which saw rival fans battle on the pitch, using bottles, cans, bricks, wooden staves and iron bars.
More than people were arrested, and an alcohol ban was imposed on fans attending Scottish matches. Given the club has such a love affair with the pattern, it is little surprise that one of their popular nicknames is derived from it.
When Cockney rhyming slang became popular in the s, the nickname of the Teddy Bears began to spread in popularity for Rangers.
Rangers have played in blue since they were formed in and the nickname simply refers to their traditional colours. Hundreds of Ulster Protestant workers, many of Scottish descent, also made the move, and they adopted Rangers — the closest large club to the Govan yard — as their new team.
Nevertheless, this dividing line seems to be blurred in 21st century Glasgow: religious adherence, in general, is falling,   marriages between Protestants and Catholics have never been higher and the old certainties — the Rangers supporter voting Conservative and the Celtic supporter voting Labour — are no longer in evidence.
The majority of Rangers and Celtic supporters do not get involved in sectarianism, but serious incidents do occur with a tendency for the actions of a minority to dominate the headlines.
Rangers paid more than Celtic despite having a smaller capacity and a plan for the away support at Ibrox which required less of a 'human barricade' of officers to separate the rival supporters than was necessary at Celtic Park.
Supporters of both clubs, when interviewed, have conceded that they do not particularly enjoy the intense atmosphere of Old Firm matches.
Hundreds of opposing fans fought an on-pitch battle in the aftermath of Celtic's 1—0 victory in the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden , fuelled by alcohol and armed with the cans and bottles.
In January , Rangers chairman David Murray announced that Celtic fans had been banned from Ibrox due to repeated instances of vandalism to the stadium which Celtic refused to take financial responsibility for.
There was serious fan disorder during an Old Firm match played on a Sunday evening in May at Celtic Park , with the usual tensions heightened by the fact that Rangers could clinch the league title with victory and it became clear that they would do so from the early stages of the match.
Several objects were thrown by Celtic fans, one of which struck referee Hugh Dallas forcing the game to be stopped while he received medical treatment.
Over the hundreds of matches played between the rivals, players and staff have been involved in many incidents beyond the usual bad tackles and red cards commonly associated with derby matches around the world; in the modern age of video footage, such incidents are more frequently observed, reviewed and scrutinised.
In , four players were charged by the police with breach of the peace for their conduct during a match at Ibrox and had to appear at court,    with two Chris Woods and Terry Butcher convicted and fined.
He has stated that he later received threats via telephone calls from persons purporting to be members of the IRA over his behaviour.
In , after being sent off during an Old Firm match, Rangers midfielder Barry Ferguson was involved in a violent brawl with Celtic fans at a hotel later in the same evening;  a year later, Ferguson by now club captain was sitting in the stand when he appeared to throw ice packs towards the Celtic dugout after Rangers conceded a late goal, however the referee missed the incident and no action was taken.
In February , Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc was cautioned by the police for gestures he made to Rangers supporters during a match at Ibrox; six months later, it was clarified that this was for "Conduct which appears to incite disorder" rather than simply making the sign of the cross as he entered his area, as some had thought.
In March , an angry exchange took place on the touchline at Celtic Park between Celtic manager Neil Lennon and Rangers assistant coach Ally McCoist , requiring police officers to separate them, at the end of a match in which three players had also been dismissed; again captured on live television footage, the incident resulted in both men being banned from the dugout for disconduct.
During the close season, Rangers announced that they would be cutting the ticket allocation for Celtic fans at Ibrox from around 7, the entire Broomloan Stand to , situated in a corner where smaller travelling supports were usually accommodated, following a fan survey backing the proposal as well as an upturn in season ticket sales.
In response, Celtic indicated they would do likewise, bringing to an end a long tradition of both clubs offering a generous proportion of their stadium to their rivals.
In the first Old Firm fixture at Celtic Park under the new arrangements, many more home fans were able to attend but segregation was still required outside the stadium to keep them apart from the smaller away support.
In the minutes before kick-off, the main access road was closed as part of the amended segregation plan and thousands of spectators approaching Celtic Park from both directions were directed to the narrow enclosed walkway below the North Stand to reach the opposite side of the stadium, along with those trying to enter that stand via turnstiles.
The volume of people in the walkway area built up to the extent that many were unable to move forward with more approaching from either side, and crushing was experienced in the congested area for some minutes, causing panic, with several fans scaling a high perimeter wall and fence to escape; one of them fell from the wall and later required hospital treatment, while four other persons were treated at the scene as the situation subsided.
Those involved expressed their anger afterwards regarding the arrangements and the policing at the stadium on the day, with Celtic issuing an official apology to the fans.
From 1 March , the police were given more powers to act against Sectarian acts at football matches through the new Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Scotland Act The law was designed specifically to target the Old Firm rivalry by reducing the religious hatred between the two opposing sides.
People convicted under the act could face up to five years imprisonment, a much higher sentence than was previously in place. It was hoped it would make it much easier to prosecute this misbehaviour, which had proved difficult in the past.
In March a protest by a number of Celtic fans took place to protest against the new laws and the subsequent match bans that a number of fans had received for breaking the Act.
The protesters, known as the " Green Brigade ," had marched without police authority and the event was therefore cracked down on by local authorities resulting in thirteen arrests.
The protestors claim that the police instigated the trouble that occurred at this march. They claimed that the trust the fans hold with the police to work in cooperation with them is falling dramatically.
The march that took place resulted in a number of complaints from both Celtic and Rangers fan groups that they were harassed by the police.
Kelly had described the legislation as having "completely failed to tackle sectarianism" and as "illiberal" which "unfairly targets football fans", and was "condemned by legal experts, human rights organisations and equality groups".
After passing through the parliamentary process in early ,   on 19 April the bill received royal assent , repealing the Act.
Glasgow-based brewers Tennent's were the primary commercial sponsor of both teams for several years;   any local business that only sponsored one would likely lose half its customers.
In , Rangers suffered a financial collapse leading to the liquidation of the commercial entity,   however the sporting assets were acquired by a new company  which allowed its playing membership to continue unbroken albeit in the lowest division of the Scottish football league system.
The status of the Old Firm was also challenged,  following the logic that since Rangers 'died' during the events of , the rivalry also expired and any matches played since that point would be between Celtic and a 'new Rangers', albeit playing at the same stadium, in the same colours, with the same supporters and some of the same players as before.
Some Celtic supporters were particularly vociferous in their assertions, to the extent of a group paying for a full-page newspaper advertisement in January announcing that their club would soon play its first fixture against the new Rangers.
It is regarded as a continuation of the same club by the SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster ;  external governing bodies such as UEFA , the European Club Association and FIFA have never formally stated their position on Rangers but have issued general remarks about the continuation of a club's history when controlled by a new company.
In July , a large banner was displayed at Celtic Park during a game showing a cartoon zombie representing Rangers rising from the grave before being shot by a sniper, drawing criticism due to the gunman resembling a paramilitary from the Northern Ireland conflict, although Celtic escaped formal punishment over the matter.
Celtic and their followers also became involved in other legal proceedings relating to Rangers,    including the outcome of the long-running EBT investigation.
It took Rangers four years to climb through the lower divisions and re-take their place in the Scottish Premiership for the —17 season ; in the interim only two cup semi-finals were played between the clubs     and Celtic won all four league titles by significant margins never less than 15 points.
Rangers were runners-up in the league, their highest position since Updated following match on 17 October  .
There are a number of matches between the two clubs that are not recognised in the official records,  such as their first competitive meeting in the —89 Glasgow Cup , in which Celtic defeated Rangers 6—1.
Among the unofficial competitions which were held for fundraising purposes was the Navy and Army War Fund Shield , during which Rangers defeated Celtic in December During the Second World War , the Scottish Football League and Scottish Cup were suspended and in their place unofficial regional league competitions were set up these were dominated by Rangers.
Only includes the league and two major cups; other big winning margins were recorded in minor competitions such as the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup.
The ferocity of the rivalry has made it rare for a player to represent both teams during his career. In the s, Tom Dunbar spent a season with Rangers between two spells for Celtic, but he and his brother Mick see above never played against each other in the fixture.
In the s, the McAdam brothers played on opposite sides, and directly against one another, on several occasions: defender Tom for Celtic and forward Colin for Rangers.
As of end of the —19 season. The stadium attendance records for Rangers' Ibrox ,, January   and Celtic's Celtic Park at least 83,, January   were both set at Old Firm matches; however while the Ibrox figure is the Rangers club record and the record for any domestic league match in the United Kingdom ,  Celtic's biggest 'home' attendance was the —70 European Cup semi-final with Leeds United , moved to the larger Hampden Park due to the anticipated interest: the crowd of , is a record for any match in European international club competitions.
Hampden, Scotland's national stadium and home of Queen's Park , is situated roughly an equal distance from Ibrox and Celtic Park in Glasgow.
Due to the frequency of the two teams appearing in semi-finals and finals held there often facing one another , its West and East stands are always allocated to the same club and are informally known as the Rangers end and Celtic end respectively.
The Ibrox disaster — in which 66 Rangers supporters died in a crush on an exterior stairway — occurred at the end of an Old Firm match,  although the identity of the opposition was not a factor in the incident other than having drawn a large crowd of at least 75, to the event.
Since redevelopments completed in the s, all three venues are all-seater with much smaller capacities of between 50, and 60,, meaning the above records may never be beaten — the attendance of 72, at 'old style' Hampden for the Old Firm Scottish Cup Final  has become a landmark figure as no match in Scotland has come close to matching it since.
When compared to other clubs in Scotland, the Old Firm maintain considerably higher attendances;  Celtic's recorded crowds tend to be higher than Rangers as their stadium holds approximately 9, more seats.
Both clubs among others have been accused of inflating their attendance figures by counting all season ticket holders in the crowd when many have not actually attended the match in question, with the accurate figures reported to the police for crowd control being lower.
The average attendances of both Old Firm clubs are regularly within the top twenty across Europe. Celtic's proportion of the distribution of spectators in Scotland was The intensity of the rivalry is fuelled by the clubs' historical duopoly in Scottish football, with most meetings between them being pivotal in deciding the destiny of a championship or cup and anything but a title-winning season seen as a major disappointment, particularly as it would usually mean 'the enemy' has won the trophy.
Statistics show that Rangers and Celtic have been by far the most successful clubs involved in the Scottish Football League since its formation in The pair were the only participants in every edition of the competition until , when Rangers were removed from the top tier for economic reasons ; they returned for the —17 season.
Although there have been brief periods when silverware went elsewhere, there have also been long spells of domination by each Old Firm club, the longest run of 9-in-a-row being first set by Celtic between and , then by Rangers between and , and again by Celtic between and On just five occasions since have neither of the Glasgow giants been the league winner nor the runner-up.
This includes —65 , the only season in which both Rangers and Celtic failed to finish in the top three places. The Old Firm have finished 1st and 2nd 50 times overall.
Between the resurgence of Celtic in the mids and the liquidation of Rangers in , '1—2' finishes were recorded in all but one of 17 SPL -era seasons.
The longest sequence without an Old Firm title is three years between and , while the longest unbroken run of championships between the two clubs began immediately afterwards and is ongoing: 35 seasons and counting since overtaking a previous sequence of 27 years between and As of end of the —20 season.
Runners-up in parentheses. Although the initial Scottish Cup was played in , 15 years before Celtic were formed, they have still won the competition more than any other club - 39 times, plus 18 runners-up - with Rangers not far behind on 33 also 18 runners-up.
There have been 14 Old Firm finals, while there have been just 39 finals involving neither Rangers or Celtic, 17 of which were in the s.
The longest run of Old Firm wins is 11 between and The Scottish League Cup has been contested 74 times since — Rangers are dominant in terms of wins with 27 from 35 finals, with Celtic some way behind on 19 wins from 34 finals.
The longest run of Old Firm wins is 8 between and As of end of the —20 competition which concluded in December The Rangers—Celtic rivalry in women's football has existed only in the 21st century, with Rangers W.
The footballing environment is also very different, with a third team in the city — Glasgow City F. Fixtures between the teams generate extra media interest due to their association with the parent clubs and are referred to as Old Firm matches as a result.
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