After Rangers won their tax battle with HMRC over payments to some players, Scotland Tonight asked what this meant for the club.
Chris Graham from fan site The Rangers Standard, football finance expert Neil Patey and sports writer Graham Spiers joined John MacKay in the studio to discuss the outcome.
The programme also spoke to former Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston, who claimed the club would not have gone into administration if the decision was made earlier.
On Tuesday, a three-person First Tier Tax Tribunal announced they could not reach a unanimous decision on the club’s use of Employee Benefit Trusts between 2001 and 2010.
HMRC said they would be appealing the decision.
You can watch the full discussion in the video at the top of the page.
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