Rangers goalkeeper accused of betting by SFA By Paul Third January 22 2015, 4.44pm Share Rangers goalkeeper accused of betting by SFA Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/sport/football/467128/rangers-goalkeeper-accused-betting-sfa/ Copy Link Rangers goalkeeper Steve Simonsen has been charged with breaching betting rules Rangers goalkeeper Steve Simonsen has been issued with a notice of complaint from the SFA for breaching gambling rules. The former Dundee goalkeeper has been accused of betting on 18 matches last season and further 37 matches so far in this campaign. A hearing has been set for Thursday, February 12 and the goalkeeper has until next Thursday to respond to the complaint. Simonsen’s team-mate Ian Black Ian Black was given a 10 match ban in 2013, seven of which were suspended, after admitting to a breach of Scottish FA regulations on football betting. The player was also fined £7,500. Black was accused of gambling on 160 matches over a seven-year period, including betting against his own team on three occasions. The SFA has a blanket ban on footballers betting on any matches.