Sevco Scotland will continue attempts to assume Rangers' membership of the
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Sevco is looking to persuade the SFA to shelve a transfer ban but it was also asked to provide more details on the identity and propriety of its investors and directors.
The SFA received an information pack from Sevco on 29
The SFA banned Rangers owner
In a question and answer session posted on its website, the SFA tackled the issue surrounding the fit and proper person report for the new owners and the identity of the main investors and directors.
The governing body wrote: "The Scottish FA has received private and confidential documentation from
"We have asked Sevco to provide further supplementary information and will consider that information this week.
"Under new Scottish FA rules, it is a requirement of the outgoing club directors to conduct a full investigation under the fit and proper guidelines.
"Given Rangers FC's insolvency event, it has been incumbent on the administrators, Duff and Phelps, to carry out the necessary checks on the proposed new directors, as well as our own investigations.
Green might have to accept the 12-month transfer ban handed to Rangers before it was consigned to liquidation.
Rangers successfully challenged the sanction in court, arguing it was not open to the SFA, but reconvening the independent appeal panel could spark more severe punishment including suspension or termination of membership.
The registration embargo and £160,000 ($243,079) fine were handed down for a range of offences, mainly the club's failure to pay tax under Whyte.
The governing body said: "Now that the Scottish Football League have made a conditional acceptance of Rangers FC in Irn-Bru Division Three we will now consider the club's application for membership transfer this week.
"The Scottish FA has been in dialogue with Rangers FC in respect of the outstanding disciplinary sanction.
"The decision of the Court of Session to set aside the 12-month registration embargo was complicated by Rangers FC's administration and subsequent request from Sevco Scotland for a transfer of membership of the Scottish FA.
"Again, now that the club's status has been confirmed by the SPL and SFL, we will consider the award of transfer once Rangers FC satisfy the necessary criteria."
The association also highlighted the relevant article, which reads: "Transfer of membership will be reviewed by the board, which will have the complete discretion to reject or to grant such application on such terms and conditions as the board may think fit."
And the former Sheffield United chief executive will seek a deal over repayment of transfer fees and other debts owed to clubs by the soon-to-be-liquidated Rangers.
"It is not inconsiderable, it is about £3 million that has been accumulated as part of the historical baggage.
"We don't want them to be waived, we don't expect them to be waived and part of me says why should a club waive its debts when it's done its thing honourably.
"Equally I think I would like the clubs and UEFA to recognise these are not my debts, this is a gesture and for them to work with us where we can come to some amicably agreeable settlement and move forward together as friends."
Dual-championship winning A-League manager Ernie Merrick was appointed coach of Wellington Phoenix on a two-year deal, with an option to sign on for a third.