The Scottish Football Association's judicial panel has delivered a verdict of not proven after Rangers chief executive Charles Green was accused of bringing the game into disrepute and failing to act in the best interests of football.
Green faced the two charges after allegedly questioning the integrity of an independent commission appointed by the Scottish Premier League, which will determine whether oldco Rangers broke rules in relation to alleged undisclosed payments to players.
He welcomed the outcome of Thursday's meeting at Hampden, saying: "I am pleased the judicial panel accepted today that I had not brought the game into disrepute."
- Scottish Football Association
- Scottish Premier League