Anthony Joseph has set the record straight over the latest Sevco strip mix-up.
Over the last four years the Ibrox club has been plagued by kit issues with numbers falling off, names misspelt and team-mates wearing kit showing different sponsors.
With the club lagging far behind Celtic in terms of retail income someone decided to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the club that was put into liquidation in 2012 when Her Majesty refused the offer of CVA after more than a decade of underpaying Income Tax through a variety of tax scams.
A legends weekend featuring stars such as Kris Boyd, Barry Ferguson, Bilel Mohsni, Kevin Kyle, Paul Gascoigne and Nicky Kranjcar is scheduled for later this month with today’s match against Aberdeen deemed to be the time to remember the club that went out of business in 2012.
Selling The Jerseys has been a common theme at Ibrox for years, this week the club has ramped up the 150th Anniversary Feeshel Tap while claiming that the recently crowned Champions of Europe would wear the kit against Aberdeen.
Except no one informed the SFA or SPFL about the plan at the start of the season.
UPDATE: @SkySportsNews understands the SFA and SPFL did not receive any request from Rangers to wear their special edition kit for today’s match.
If a club wishes to wear a different kit from those registered at the start of the season, they would have to seek permission. https://t.co/rq5pC6LQBG
— Anthony Joseph (@AnthonyRJoseph) March 5, 2022
— Football Scotland (@Football_Scot) March 4, 2022