ALEX McLEISH, the former Rangers manager, believes the club did nothing wrong in their use of an employee benefit trust (EBT) scheme to pay players and staff between 2001 and 2010, and revealed he would strongly resist any possible attempts to strip him of medals accrued during that period.
The Scottish Premier League last week appointed an independent commission to investigate alleged undisclosed payments made to players, and whether Rangers were in breach of league rules by doing so. One of the commission's possible sanctions, if a breach is proven, would be to strip the club of league titles accumulated during that period. McLeish spent four-and-a-half years in charge at Rangers between December 2001 and May 2006, twice winning the championship, and refuted any suggestion he had done so by foul means.
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