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- Updated: April 4, 2012
The Scottish FA has told Dundee United they will receive £35,000 of the outstanding money from their Scottish Cup tie against Rangers in February.
This payment has been offset from broadcasting revenue that, under normal circumstances, would have been distributed to Rangers.
Rangers entered administration 11 days after the cup tie at Ibrox on 5 February, which Dundee United on 2-0.
The SFA issued a notice of complaint against Rangers for not paying United .
The club and its owner Craig Whyte were due to appear at a hearing relating to that and other charges last week but it has been delayed .
A separate issue of unpaid monies following a league game between United and Rangers was settled earlier this week.