2 DEC 2019 —
All of those who were banned by the club and also had a football banning order (FBO) in Scotland as a result of the police investigation have since had their temporary FBO’s removed in a court of law when pleading either guilty or not guilty.
The condition in each of these cases involves not attending a regulated football match at Rugby Park.
As a result of this, Rangers should revoke the club bans, re-allocate season tickets and re-instate members on the relevant CCCS schemes that they were removed from.
The law deems each of these loyal supporters fit to attend matches so therefore Rangers should reward their loyalty and refrain from such punishments until, if, a fan is found guilty of these in a court of law.
All that Rangers would be required to do is not ballot the accused fans for the match against Kilmarnock away from home In February.