SPL sanctions vote adjourned
The SPL's vote on financial fair play sanctions which could affect Rangers has been adjourned again until May 30 following a five-hour meeting.
New rules would see greater penalties for clubs in administration and sanctions on clubs who undergo an "insolvency transfer", which would see them docked 10 points for two seasons and 75% of their SPL income for three years.
The vote was previously adjourned for seven days and American Bill Miller subsequently assumed preferred bidder status from Rangers' administrators Duff and Phelps.
Rangers were not represented at Sunday's Hampden meeting, instead sending their apologies, and Dunfermline chairman John Yorkston revealed the meeting did not have sufficient information available to reach a consensus.
Yorkston said: "It has been adjourned again. It took a long time to not decide anything.
"We need to know more information, we were hoping it would get resolved at this meeting
"We all want to make quick decisions and come out with what the story is but we don't have enough information."