Stewart Regan, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, has accused Rangers of behaviour and comments which he says were "undignified and irresponsible".
Stewart Regan, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, has accused Rangers of behaviour and comments which he says were \"undignified and irresponsible\".
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Regan was accused of failing to show leadership by Ally McCoist, the Rangers manager, at the weekend before the club's chief executive, Charles Green, joined the applause as fans sang: "If you hate Stewart Regan clap your hands", at Brechin on Sunday.
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