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SBD Global/May 21, 2013/International Football
Scottish Premier League Reconstruction Vote 'Imminent' According To CEO
Published May 21, 2013
TALKIN' RANGERS: In a separate piece, McCafferty reported alleged links between Scottish Third Division side Rangers ex-CEO Charles Green and ex-Owner Craig Whyte are a "very serious issue." However, Regan said that the SPL "will wait on the outcome of a Rangers-commissioned report before deciding on any course of action." Rangers last month appointed financial investigators from Deloitte and law firm Pinsent Masons "to probe allegations made by former owner Whyte surrounding his relationship with Green during the change of ownership at Ibrox last summer." Regan said, "We wrote to the club and expressed our concerns on a number of points related to the revelations in the press about the links between Craig Whyte and Charles Green" (SCOTSMAN, 5/20).