Many Glasgow Rangers fans have been reacting to the news that the Scottish FA’s arbitration case against the Gers has been dropped, which is a victory for chairman Douglas Park.
The Gers have played three Premiership games so far this season, winning two and losing one (Sky Sports). For each of those matches, the 55-time Scottish champions have refused to feature the SPFL’s new title sponsor Cinch on their shirts, and for the matches at Ibrox, they have also not advertised the company on the hoardings around the pitch (The Daily Record). The Gers say there are gaps in the contract and they do not need to respect it.
Are you happy with this news?
The SFA was set to start an arbitration case against the Gers after a referral from the SPFL, but Douglas Park has had it thrown it out (via Glasgow Times), which is obviously very good news for Rangers.
The news was shared on Twitter by journalist Chris Jack, and it attracted plenty of attention from Gers supporters. These fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts, with some hitting back at the SPFL and its chief executive Neil Doncaster, with whom many Light Blues supporters have had run-ins over the past couple of years.
Let’s see what these fans had to say about the arbitration case being dropped
“The cabal loses, time to drain the swamp.”
“Doncaster et al stumble from one mess to the next! How hard is it to stick to your own handbook!”
“Sounds like the SPFL and SFA have had a mare here.”
“Yet again Scottish football authorities attempt to break their own rules in a conflict with Rangers.”
“So the impartial SFA sided with the SPFL in going against their own clearly stated rules? All sounds completely above board.”
“Surely now Doncaster is toast?”
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