Rangers fans warn of legal action
Scottish Premier League,
The Rangers Fans Fighting Fund have pledged to take legal action if the SPL and SFA do not remove their proposed sanctions on the club.
The Scottish Football Assosciation fined debt-stricken Rangers £160,000 and placed a 12 month transfer embargo on the club who are also anticipating consequences from the SPL's vote on financial fair play proposals on Monday. But former Rangers player Sandy Jardine is planning to challenge the decisions after holding a meeting of fans' representatives at Ibrox yesterday. He said: "We will wait to see what the SPL and the SFA do with the supposed sanctions and, after that, we as a body will take appropriate action against either the governing bodies or the individual clubs we feel have been detrimental to Rangers Football Club. "There is nothing off the table, we will wait and see what the SFA and SPL do. "They might not take any action, which is great. But if they do then we will address these actions in an appropriate manner."