Brian Kennedy, the owner of the Sale Sharks of the Aviva Premiership has said that he will only make a second bid for his beloved Glasgow Rangers of the Scottish Premier League if it appears to be going into liquidation and not before that, according to the reports that have been received.

Kennedy, who grew up as a boyhood fan of The Royal Blues stated that according to the reports that he has, the club has at least five bidders in line to take over the club after it went into administration a month back.

Among the front runners for the takeover of Glasgow Rangers is an American based company known as Club 9 Sports that is said to be working on behalf of another consortium and according to the reports, if they do get the nod to take over the club, it is being believed that The Teddy Bears will be liquidated before being reformed and this is something the Sale Sharks owner Kennedy will not allow to happen.

The businessman who was born in Edinburgh and grew up supporting the blue half of the Old Firm is said to be extremely scared of the future and what lies in wait for the once mighty Rangers Football Club and according to sources close to him, he has vowed to do anything and everything in his power to stop the Americans from liquidating his beloved club.

The question that arises now is why doesn’t Kennedy, who invested a lot of money in the Aviva Premiership side the Sale Sharks not make a bid for the club now instead of waiting for it to be close to liquidation. Although there was no answer available from the Kennedy camp, Rangers fans can take heart from the fact that there is still hope for them.