Glasgow Rangers will start next season in the Scottish 3rd division following its huge debt crisis.
Rangers face a three-year ban from European competition after tax authorities rejected a plan to settle the club's financial liabilities.
A deal to sell Rangers FC has been agreed after an offer fronted by former Sheffield United chief Charles Green was accepted.
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green was accused of breaching two rules by the Scottish Football Association after alleged comments he made about ex-Ibrox commercial director Imran Ahmad.
Green - who resigned from his position at Rangers last month - has 30 days to pay the £2,500 fine.
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green has been fined £2,500 for alleged "offensive and racist comments" in a media interview, the Scottish Football Association has confirmed.
The former Rangers football club has been fined around £250,000 by the Scottish Premier League for failing to register players correctly, but will keep its league titles, STV has reported.
The club faced losing up to five league trophies ahead of the ruling by an independent commission.
The fine must be paid by Rangers oldco, which is now in liquidation, rather than Charles Green's new company, which bought the club's assets last July.
Rangers have tweeted a tribute on the anniversary of the Ibrox disaster.
Sixty-six football fans died on 2nd January 1971 in the crush at Ibrox Park (now Ibrox Stadium) during an Old Firm game.
Crowds were trying to leave the stadium and were caught in a stairway, 200 people were left injured.
Rangers tweeted a picture and wrote tribute to those who died: "We will never forget those who went to follow the Rangers & never made it home. Forever in our hearts #AlwaysRemembered."
The Scottish Premier League have confirmed that they have offered this season's last remaining place to Dundee. The Irn-Bru First Division runners-up were chosen ahead of relegated Dunfermline during the league's annual general meeting at Hampden.
Despite reports of a possible U-turn in recent days, SPL clubs agreed to work towards the decision made by Scottish Football League clubs to put Rangers in the Third Division.
An SPL statement read: "It was agreed that the SPL would work with the Scottish FA, SFL and Rangers to facilitate Rangers FC taking their place in SFL Division 3 this season."It was agreed that Dundee FC would be invited to fill the space vacated by Rangers FC in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League."
Dundee will be invited to replace Rangers in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League, the SPL have confirmed.
Ally McCoist's presence at the annual SPL meeting today has fuelled speculation that Rangers' Scottish League destiny did not end with last week's SFL vote.
Reports of a possible U-turn have been dismissed by Aberdeen, Dundee United, Hearts and Inverness since Friday's vote.
Rangers newco chief executive Charles Green and manager Ally McCoist arrived at Hampden this morning ahead of the Scottish Premier League annual general meeting. The SPL clubs will also decide who is to replace Rangers as the 12th club in the league.
Green's bid to acquire Rangers' share in the competition was rejected by SPL clubs on July 4 and his club were subsequently voted into the fourth tier of Scottish Football.
The SPL will hold their annual meeting today with the main task of deciding who replaces Rangers as the 12th club in the division. The decision comes after the Ibrox team were demoted to the fourth tier of Scottish football.
Favourites to replace Rangers are Dundee or Dunfermline. Dundee are in the running after narrowly missing out on promotion from the Scottish First Division last year, whilst Dunfermline are staking their claim on the basis that they were the last club in the league before being relegated last year.