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Updated at 6:52 am on 31 May 2012
Financially stricken Scottish giants Rangers have won their court battle against a transfer embargo imposed by the Scottish Football Association.
The SFA's disciplinary panel last month imposed a 12-month ban that stopped Rangers registering players aged 18 and over, but a judge at the Court of Session in Edinburgh has ruled the panel acted outside of their powers.
Rangers received the embargo and a $200,000 fine for breaching rule 66, which concerns bringing the game into disrepute.
Rangers' administrators estimated that the club's total debts could top $250 million, including almost $200 million which is being claimed by British tax authorities.
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