Rangers' appeal against a Scottish FA-imposed registration embargo will be heard on May 16.
A statement from the governing body read: "The Scottish FA can confirm that an Appellate Tribunal has been convened for next Wednesday, May 16, to hear the appeal from Rangers FC against the sanctions imposed at a recent Judicial Panel Tribunal.
"In light of the subsequent leaking of the identities of the three panel members from the original tribunal, and given the exceptional circumstances of the appeal, it has been agreed that we will identify the members of the Appellate Tribunal in advance of the hearing.
"This decision has been taken with the approval of the individuals involved and after consultation with the relevant police authorities. It is essential that these panel members are allowed to conduct the appeal without fear of intimidation and we respectfully ask all involved in the process to do their utmost to observe our wishes and the wishes of the panel members.
"We can now confirm that the Appellate Tribunal will consist of the following members: Rt Honourable Lord Carloway (Chair), Craig Graham and Allan Cowan."
Four guilty verdicts were passed against the club for breaches of the governing body’s rules, with a fine of £160,000 and a 12-month registration embargo being imposed.
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