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Rangers, JD Sports and Elite guilty of kit price fixing, says UK regulator

James Tavernier of Rangers in action against Motherwell in November 2018 (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has provisionally found that Scottish Premiership club Rangers, along with sportswear retailers Elite Sports and JD Sports, broke competition law by fixing the retail prices of certain Rangers-branded clothing products.

The CMA has today (Tuesday) provided an update into an investigation it first launched in December 2020. The provisional findings are that Elite Sports and JD Sports fixed the retail prices of a number of Rangers-branded replica kits and other clothing products from September 2018 until at least July 2019.

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