Rangers have won their appeal
against the Scottish Football Association's decision to impose a
year-long transfer ban on them, the troubled club said on their
website on Tuesday.
The ban was handed out after Rangers, who went into
adminstration in February over unpaid taxes, were charged with
bringing the game into disrepute.
Rangers challenged the ban at the Court of Session in
Edinburgh on the grounds that it was not one of the sanctions in
the SFA's regulations and Lord Glennie ruled that the decision
should be reconsidered by the ruling body's appeal panel.
"I regret that I cannot accept that view," Lord Glennie
said. "There is no mention of suspensions, expulsions or
ejection from the Cup."
Rangers are still banned from signing players because they
are in adminstration but a takeover bid from former Sheffield
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