We demand that the SFA strip the Rangers Football Club of any Titles/Trophies won from 2001 - 2009 while they paid players using offshore tax avoidance.
Why is this important?
For the integrity of Scottish football. Fans believe that the tax avoidance scheme gave Rangers an unfair advantage.
This week the Supreme Court ruled in favour of HMRC in a long-running dispute over offshore trusts used by Rangers football club, in a case expected to have “wide-ranging implications” for similar tax avoidance schemes.
The dispute centred on the Glasgow football club’s use of structures known as employee benefit trusts to pay players and staff in loans between 2001 and 2009. HMRC said it missed out on £46.2m because the club used payments to EBTs in Jersey to fund tax-free loans to Rangers’ employees.