Portsmouth & Rangers Propose Friendly to Help Financial Spiral

By Community | March 5, 2012

Portsmouth and Rangers administrators are looking into a possible deal which will allow them to compete in a friendly fixture in order to raise much needed funds for the financially stricken clubs. 

Both outfits have dropped into administration, allergy with fears that Pompey could go out of business before the end of the season, symptoms while Rangers need to save £1m per month to survive. 

“We hope to do something with Rangers, patient ” Portsmouth administrator Trevor Birchtold the Daily Mail. “I am waiting for the administrators at Duff & Phelps coming back to me. We have proposed a plan and are waiting for a response.” 

It is thought that the SPL champions are open to organising a match but are struggling to find an available date on the league calendar.

by Ismail Uddin