Glasgow Rangers reporter Jonny McFarlane has been stunned by news he has now seen coming out of Ibrox.
The Lowdown: easy revelation
As shared by McFarlane On Twitter, the print edition of The Times reported that concerns over the future of Cinch’s five-year partnership with Scottish football have been allayed as arch-rivals the Teddy Bears Glasgow have won the title.
There were fears the company would tear up his contract if Rangers were victorious again, as the club argued they could not comply with car dealerships as they already had a contract with the used car trading company of the President Douglas Park.
Cinch was left furious when white tape was placed over his logo during talks with Giovanni van Bronckhorst and the players during a win at Motherwell in April.
Most Scottish clubs depend on the income they receive from sponsors, including Cinch, and some have even “considered taking action against” the Light Blues, according to a manager.
The Last: Stunned McFarlane
Go to Twitter, McFarlane of The Rangers Review was stunned by the news, saying some of the quotes from SPFL sources were “remarkable”.
He tweeted: “Remarkable quotes buried in this Times story. An SPFL source says some clubs have been pushing for a class action lawsuit against Rangers over a deal they reached and a title win would have been a “stress point”.
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The verdict: Worrying
Of course, the Gers might not be as financially impacted as some of the other teams in the Scottish pyramid, given their progress in the Scottish Cup and Europa League, but the money would start to pile up if Cinch canceled their five-year contract. Partnership.
Therefore, they must try to find a compromise as soon as possible, not only for their own good, but also to help other Scottish clubs.
Nonetheless, it appears to be a story that will continue through the summer, as Cinch plans to continue sponsoring Scottish football for next season.
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