The BBC this evening released news of Rangers Employee Benefit Trusts. Sir David Murray tops the list having received £6.3m from EBTs. SFA president, Campbell Ogilvie received £95k, former manager, Alex McLeish received £1.7m, Dick Advocaat received £1.5m, former chief exec, Martin Bain, received £250k and Paul Le Guen received £200k.
Former player and manager, John Greig received £40k and ex-director, John McClelland received £225k. Dozens of players also received payment through EBTs but the most alarming information is that former manager, Graeme Souness, received £30k through an EBT in 2001, 10 years after leaving the club in 1991.