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Rangers: Gers in SPFL hot water

Rangers: Gers in SPFL hot water -Rangers News

Glasgow Rangers have snubbed new SPFL title sponsor Cinch, which has now led to a legal dispute with the league’s governing body.

The Lowdown: Gers kick off Premiership campaign

The Gers started the defence of their Premiership title on Saturday with a 3-0 victory over Livingston – they already lead Celtic by three points after they were defeated 2-1 by Hearts.

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The Latest: Gers in hot water

Against Livingston, the Gers did not feature Cinch on their sleeves, while they also refused to advertise the sponsor on their hoardings around the pitch.

As such, the Gers are in a battle with the SPFL as the former believe there are gaps in the contract, meaning there is no need for them to fill the obligations (The Daily Record).

The Verdict: Needless row

This, quite frankly, feels like a needless row. The Gers do have a fraught relationship with the SPFL, of course, and there is clearly no love lost between the two (The Herald).

However, this does feel like an argument for the sake of one between the two sides as the season starts.

Should Rangers display the sponsor?





In this case, the SPFL have managed to bring in a new sponsor that will no doubt benefit all of the clubs in the top flight. It feels a little in this case that Rangers have decided to cut their nose off to spite their face. They have a huge season ahead of them – they should be looking for as few distractions as possible.

In other news, Rangers fans were livid with this journalist’s tweet.

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