Maybe that depends on who appoints the administrator?
I saw this on the beeb:
"Mr Whyte is believed to be a secured creditor of Rangers and could collapse the club if HMRC block a creditors agreement.
The chairman could opt to pursue the legal routes of receivership or pre-pack administration to avoid paying any tax liabilities.
These routes would involve Rangers' assets being transferred to a new company or companies and the old club - formed in 1873 - being left behind with the unpayable debts. It would, almost inevitably, be wound up.
In these cases, HMRC, as an unsecured creditor, would receive very little if anything."
So a company can adopt a new identity, keep its assets, dump its debts and just carry on? No wonder the economy is fucked.