For the more patriotic Union Jack flying fan, Rangers.
For someone who doesn't have as much of an interest in the politics of it, probably Celtic because we have a "friendly" reputation. BTW I bet this thread descends into irreconcilable whataboutery.
I'd stay well away from both.
Novelty statement, but an Englishman should be supporting Berwick Rangers anyway!
Well Celtic hate the English so I just return the favour.
Same goes for the Welsh.
I have to say, I'm finding some of what you guys say to be astonishing. There is a severe lack of passion in English football, from the very bottom right to the top. English football is quite simply a very successful business, it's incredibly well financed, well run and well supported by its vast and well populated nation. Give Rangers or Celtic the same opportunities, financially, then I could only imagine the impact they'd have on European football. I'd imagine for example that there fans would not except have a 'good run' in the champions league, in fact they'd expect them to win the champions league, year in year out. Two massively supported clubs with the budgets and competition of the EPL, my god it would be scary. You only have to go back to the 80's, when at least 7 of England's national starting 11 played for Rangers. Why did these players choose to play in Scotland?. Why did they choose to play for rangers?. And what was there opinion of playing for rangers?. Have a look for yourself, I think you'd be surprised. Now the gap is huge between north and south of the border, but only financially, the passion for football is still at home north of the border. I think personally we could learn a lot from them, problem is were so scared to stop this financial rollacoaster that were on.