McCoist to fight charge

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Rangers manager Ally McCoist has vowed to fight a Scottish Football Association charge of bringing the game into disrepute.

McCoist was issued with a notice of complaint last Friday relating to comments he made about the SFA's judicial panel in April. Ibrox chief executive Charles Green has also been hit with a disrepute charge after claiming bigotry was one of the reasons for Rangers being denied entry to the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.

Both had to respond to the charges by Friday, and McCoist said: "I spoke to our lawyer yesterday. I can't speak for Charles, who is putting a response in today as well, but certainly from my own point of view I'll be fighting the claim that I brought the game into disrepute."

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