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club is aware of the SFA’s no­tice of com­plaint and are cur­rently in­ves­ti­gat­ing the mat­ter.”

The for­mer Hearts and In­ver­ness Cale­do­nian This­tle mid­fielder has also been charged with breach­ing the SFA’s dis­ci­plinary rule 22 by “bet­ting on a fur­ther 10 football matches that in­volved then reg­is­tered club” and al­legedly bet­ting on an­other 147 football games.

It is un­der­stood that book­mak­ers Lad­brokes tipped off the SFA af­ter Black al­legedly placed a tele­phone bet on Rangers’ Rams­dens Cup trip to face Al­bion Rovers on July 28.

Ally McCoist’s side won the match 4-0 with Black on the score­sheet.

The SFA’s Dis­ci­plinary Rules 23 states: “No club, of­fi­cial, team of­fi­cial, other mem­ber of team staff, player, match of­fi­cial or other per­son un­der the ju­ris­dic­tion of the Scot­tish FA shall know­ingly be­have in a man­ner, dur­ing or in con­nec­tion with a match in which the party has par­tic­i­pated or has any in­flu­ence, ei­ther di­rect or in­di­rect, which could give rise to an event in which they or any third party ben­e­fits fi­nan­cially through bet­ting.”

Black moved to Ibrox in July 2012 af­ter his deal at Hearts ex­pired. He joined In­ver­ness in 2004 and spent five sea­sons with the club.

If found guilty of breach­ing SFA rules, the gov­ern­ing body could fine Black any­thing from £500 to £1m and sus­pend or ex­pel him from the game. MU­SIC star­let Lady Gaga popped out to greet fans while pro­mot­ing her new al­bum in New York.

The singer, 27, chose this thigh-skim­ming, boob-burst­ing en­sem­ble to show­case her hits for an ap­pear­ance on top US telly show

The singer – aka Ste­fani Ger­man­otta – also yes­ter­day ap­pealed to her fans, beg­ging them not to send on­line threats to her crit­ics. She said: “I ask you to take a pledge with me to con­tinue the change to­ward pos­i­tiv­ity, and to recog­nise that this be­hav­iour is wrong.”

CHARGED: Black is al­leged to have placed a string of wa­gers

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