Charles Green last night called for the SPL to "take stock" after the Scottish Football Association's judicial panel found two disrepute charges against Rangers' chief executive to be not proven.
Charles Green last night called for the SPL to \"take stock\" after the Scottish Football Association's judicial panel found two disrepute charges against Rangers' chief executive to be not proven.
Charles Green wants to â€œstart working constructively for the good of the gameâ€
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He also confirmed he will meet Campbell Ogilvie, the SFA president, in the near future to develop a more amicable working relationship.
A complaint was lodged after Green questioned the independence of the three-man commission to look into the club's use of Employee Benefit Trusts. Green made sure in a statement last month not to question the integrity of the commission's members, and later further clarified his views. The verdicts of the SFA's judicial panel, against a charge of bringing the game into disrepute and not acting in the best interests of football, essentially corroborates his view.
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