April 2012
Daily Mail;4/5/2012, p109
The SFA have told Dundee United they will receive �35,000 of the outstanding money owed to them from their Scottish Cup tie against Rangers. A sum of cash from broadcasting revenue, which would normally have been distributed to the Ibrox club, will now be paid into Tannadice coffers instead. United are thought to be demanding around �67,000 from ticket sales from the meeting at Ibrox in February, before Rangers entered administration.


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