Rangers are investigating an alleged serious Covid breach, which is understood to involve several Ibrox talents – including players on loan at SPFL sides.
The Gers confirmed the investigation on a short statement after a string of images emerged on social media allegedly showing Ibox figures at a party in Glasgow on Saturday night.
Rangers are aware of an alleged incident which is subject to an internal investigation. We will make no further comment. pic.twitter.com/XVRhHWzWpJ
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) February 14, 2021
Police Scotland confirmed ten penalty notices were issued after they attended an address in Glasgow, saying: “We received reports of a gathering at a property in Hayburn Lane, Glasgow at 1.10am on Sunday 14th February.” [Sky Sports]
“Officers attended and those in attendance left. 10 people were issued with fixed penalty notices for breaching coronavirus regulations.”
The club have already had similar happen after George Edmundson and Jordan Jones were caught at a house party – landing seven-game bans in the process.
If those involved are found to have committed a breach, they will almost certainly be facing the end of their Ibrox careers much sooner than anyone will have expected.
Rangers will no doubt take a zero-tolerance approach and, given the importance of the coming weeks, any players or staff breaching the rules deserve everything coming their way.
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