Rangers believe the Times' HMRC story is "a cause for concern" 

18 November 2019

Photo: Getty Images Rangers FC were demoted to the Scottish third division in 2012. The club returned to the Premiership in 2016. Last season, Rangers finished second in the league behind Glasgow-rivals Celtic.

Up to £50 million is set to be wiped off the tax bill owed by Rangers FC's old operating company. 

HMRC acknowledged that it had claimed too much, according to the Times on Thursday. 

HMRC has since stated that it hasn't miscalculated anything, but Rangers find the story "a cause for concern." 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Rangers FC have reacted to the story in the Times stating that HMRC has acknowledged that it claimed too much from the club in what came to be known as the "big tax case," ultimately causing the club to be placed in administration. 

According to Sky Sports, a Rangers statement reads: 

"The Times story, if it is shown to be accurate, throws up a great many questions and is a cause for concern.

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