Carlos Bocanegra looks at the Scottish Premier League without Glasgow Rangers and predicts a Celtic runaway.
''They're going to win the league in December. It's frustrating,'' he said Sunday. ''Sometimes I don't understand. The people in the league, they want to punish (Rangers) for wrongdoing, but then they're just hurting themselves.''
Unsure whether he will stay with bankrupt Rangers, Bocanegra will return to Scotland on Friday for preseason training.
''I've got to explore my options,'' the American defender said. ''I need to speak with the coach, as well. We kept missing each other. It wouldn't be fair to speak out of turn if I haven't spoken to him yet.''
Rangers manager Ally McCoist signed Bocanegra from France's Saint-Etienne last August. The 140-year-old club, winner of a record 54 Scottish league titles, has tax debts of $32.7 million and entered bankruptcy protection in February. The club's assets were purchased by a new company last month, but the team was refused adm...