Alex O'Henley

Alex O'Henley

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SFA tribunal considered throwing Rangers out of Scottish football

Scottish Premier League

SFA tribunal considered throwing Rangers out of Scottish football

A Scottish FA tribunal considered the ultimate sanction for Rangers after they were found guilty of breaching six of the governing body's rules last month claiming that "only match-fixing might be a more serious breach". Meanwhile, the efforts to take over the financially stricken club took another twist on Friday with the rejection of a third bid from the Blue Knights consortium while another UK group, fronted by former Sheffield United chief executive Charles Green, are said to be now in pole position.
Scottish champions Celtic sweep the boards in end of season SPL awards

Scottish Premier League

Scottish champions Celtic sweep the boards in end of season SPL awards

Neil Lennon reflects on his award as SPL manager of the year and pays tribute to Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest who added to their collection of accolades for player and young player of the season
Motherwell defender Stephen Craigan calls time on his 18-year career at Fir Park

Scottish Premier League

Motherwell defender Stephen Craigan calls time on his 18-year career at Fir Park

Veteran Motherwell and Northern Ireland defender Stephen Craigan has announced his retirement from professional football and now intends to focus on a ew career in the media after 18 years with the Lanarkshire club
American businessman pulls out of bid to buy Rangers

Glasgow Rangers FC

American businessman pulls out of bid to buy Rangers

American businessman Bill Miller has pulled out of his bid to buy Rangers citing fan hostility and overly optimistic financial information, but administrators Duff and Phelps insist there are three more bidders interested in buying the stricken club
SPL delay financial fair play vote

Glasgow Rangers FC

SPL delay financial fair play vote

Scottish Premier League adjourn proposed new rule changes on Financial Fair Play
Rangers administrators name American businessman Bill Miller as preferred bidder

Glasgow Rangers FC

Rangers administrators name American businessman Bill Miller as preferred bidder

American businessman Bill Miller has been given preferred bidder status by Rangers administrators with the tow-truck tycoon now having a fortnight to do due diligence on the Ibrox club.
Motherwell qualify for the Champions League for the first time

Motherwell FC

Motherwell qualify for the Champions League for the first time

Stuart McCall's side create a bit of history as Motherwell reach the qualifying rounds of the UEFA Champions League for the first time.
McCoist admits liquidation looks more of a possibility for Rangers

Glasgow Rangers FC

McCoist admits liquidation looks more of a possibility for Rangers

Ally McCoist has admited that liquidation looks more likely for Rangers Football Club. Meanwhile, Celtic's manager Neil Lennon refuted suggestions this season's SPL title might be tainted. All these reactions came after Celtic trashed Rangers 3-0 in the last Old Firm derby of the season.
Police investigate threats made against judicial panel members and SFA directors

Glasgow Rangers FC

Police investigate threats made against judicial panel members and SFA directors

The Scottish Football Association has issued a statement after threats were made against Judicial Panel members and SFA directors. The alarm was raised after the names of panel members involved in Monday’s decision to issue Rangers with a £160,000 fine and a 12-month transfer ban were published on social media forums, prompting fears for their safety and security. The matter has now been passed into the hands of Strathclyde Police who are taking the threats seriously.
The SFA stuns Rangers with fine

Glasgow Rangers FC

The SFA stuns Rangers with fine

Scottish club Rangers are on the brink of extinction this morning after a Scottish Football Association hearing into the club’s affairs imposed a 12-month embargo on the signing of new players and handed a lifetime ban to owner Craig Whyte. The Ibrox club, who are already in administrationhave also been fined a total of £160,000 while Whyte, who had already been deemed unfit to hold an official position in the game by the SFA, was handed fines totalling £200,000.
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