Rangers claim SPFL tried to 'influence' Uefa into allowing early end to season

07 May 2020 03:15
Letter sent to Uefa before clubs held controversial voteRangers also claim clubs not told of potential £10m liabilityA letter from the chief executives of the Scottish Professional Football League and Scottish Football Association to Uefa, claiming majority club support to end this season before a vote had been taken, forms a key part of a much-anticipated dossier distributed by Rangers to fellow clubs. Rangers are also adamant SPFL members were not informed of a potential £10m liability to broadcasters and sponsors if they voted to curtail the campaign. Related: Gretna 'loan' details deepen controversy over plan to end Scottish football season Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian