According to reports this morning in the press, four of the infamous ‘released eleven’ are to sue Rangers for unpaid holidays.
The players, most of whom found new clubs following their exits from Ibrox in May this year, are apparently backed up by the players’ union (PFA) in their endeavours to be paid what they consider their due holiday pay.
Originally all of those released were to take the club to court, but several have backed off from their demands; and now four remain steadfast in their determination to be remunerated.
No names have yet been released, nor are likely to be, but this action will only infuriate further fans who were underwhelmed at best by these players’ contributions on the pitch in failing to secure promotion.
But unfortunately legally they are almost certainly entitled to the cash making it a weak case for Rangers to defend.
Watch this space.