Ogilvie: I assumed all Rangers payments were within rules
Scottish Football Association president Campbell Ogilvie told the investigation into undisclosed payments at Rangers that he "assumed" all football regulations were being complied with during his time as company secretary.
Scottish Football Association president Campbell Ogilvie told the investigation into undisclosed payments at Rangers that he \"assumed\" all football regulations were being complied with during his time as company secretary.
Ogilvie last year stepped out of all decisions regarding the financial collapse of Rangers after admitting receiving £95,000 from the club's Employee Benefit Trust scheme during his spell at Ibrox.
Ogilvie was called as a witness during the Scottish Premier League-appointed commission's hearing, which today resulted in a £250,000 fine for liquidation-hit oldco Rangers after they were found guilty of breaching rules over the disclosure of payments from 2000 to 2011.
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