Annan won't be bullied
Scottish Division 3,
Annan Athletic say they will not be bullied into voting Rangers into the first division even if it means they lose funding.
The Black and Golds are the most recent club to have been voted into the Scottish Football League after they replaced Gretna in 2008 and have since shown that spending within your means can help you build a sustainable club. The SPL recently threatened to withdraw some of its funding to the lower leagues if Rangers weren't voted into the first division but Annan chairman Henry McLelland says he will not be bullied into voting in favour of the Gers. "We feel Rangers should be in Division Three and our stance hasn't changed," he said. "Rangers are a big institution, but that doesn't merit them being a special case."