Rangers boost off-field team
Rangers have appointed Hong Kong-based businessman Barry Scott to the board of directors at Ibrox.
Rangers’ financial struggles will only be resolved by successful participation in European football, according to chairman Dave King.
Rangers will face another potentially barnstorming annual general meeting when shareholder-fans demand clarity on the club’s future
Losses increase on one-off costs
Rangers board is planning a share issue next year to provide further funds for the Ibrox club.
As former captain declared bankrupt...
Rangers are unlikely to be stripped of any titles won during the ..
Ibrox clubs agrees deal
Rangers and Sports Direct have agreed to settle their legal dispute and have launched a new retail offering..
New man arrives from Man City
Rangers’ long search for its first director of football has concluded with the appointment of Mark Allen. The 54-year-old arrives in Glasgow with a wealth of experience having spent overRead More
Director leaves Rangers
Rangers’ hopes for a summer of stability have been undermined after the resignation of John Gilligan from the Ibrox board…
Club's change of approach
Rangers have changed tack in their search for a director of football, with the club no longer regarding the appointment as a priority. The Ibrox outfit had originally been keenRead More
Player costs add to expenses
Rangers have reported an uplift in half year operating profit but also a rise in costs as they marked a return to the top flight.