Rangers say SFA's Scottish Cup final cop out is 'alarming and a stain on Scottish football'
RANGERS have demanded the SFA explain their approach to player safety following the failure of disciplinary action over the Scottish Cup final.
The Ibrox club this evening released a statement demanding the SFA clarify how they intend to ensure the safety of both players and officials during this season's Scottish Cup matches.
An independent panel yesterday dismissed the SFA complaint that had ordered the clubs to cover the cost of the damage to the national stadium.
The panel stressed that clubs could not be automatically punished for supporters' misbehaviour under the SFA disciplinary... read more
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