RANGERS could face a new-look Champions League if they clinch the Premiership title.
Uefa are set to overhaul the group stages next season because it’s “boring” according to Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
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Scotland will have two places in the Champions League next season after clinching a spot in the top 15 of Uefa’s coefficient rankings.
Bayern chief executive Rummenigge said: “The biggest problem of the Champions League is currently the group stage because this threatens to get a little boring. I know Uefa are working on a plan that will make that stage of the competition more attractive.
“People will like what they come up with — I’m convinced of that. Last season’s method of elimination from the quarter -finals was exhilarating.
“The Super Bowl is a good example. That sounds good to me.”
BRAVO BOYDY Rangers idol Kris Boyd to sell grinning coronavirus face masks with proceeds going to his mental health charity
Meanwhile, Rangers idol Kris Boyd is to sell face masks with his big smile on them to raise money for his mental health charity.
The Gers legend has taken to social media this evening to share the news with his followers.
The masks will have his cheeky grin printed on them, which people have become more used to seeing on TV recently with Rangers on course to win the Scottish Premiership.
The SunSport columnist’s charity logo will also be printed on to the mask and will sit either side of the snapshot of his mouth.
The former Kilmarnock ace wrote: “Good evening all. IF YOU WANT TO SUPPORT MY CHARITY.
“Available to order tomorrow from The Kris Boyd Charity Shopify are these high quality facemasks. I will post a link tomorrow.”