Rangers prepare next move in legal battle
Charles Green warns SFA over laws
RANGERS are preparing the next move in their legal battle with the Scottish Football Association to “prevent a disaster for themselves and the Scottish game”.
Charles Green, who is leading the consortium in place to buy the club, said the Rangers legal team was considering the options.
Rangers over-turned a 12-month transfer embargo in the Court of Session, but the issue was sent back to the SFA’s appeal process, offering little respite for the Glasgow giants for bringing the game into disrepute over their non-payment of tax last season. The club, who owe more than £21 million, could face ejection from the Scottish Cup or suspension or expulsion from the game altogether.
Green, whose offer to creditors will be voted on on June 14, recognised the club had placed themselves in a difficult situation but insisted they had little choice.
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