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Scotland (AP) Rangers moved closer to their ultimate goal of returning to the top of Scottish football by winning the League One title Wednesday its second consecutive promotion after a financial meltdown. A 3-0 victory over Airdrieonians at Ibrox
Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes the club are doing reasonably well in financial terms despite reports the fallen Scottish soccer giants are seeking a STG1.5 million ($A2.8 million) loan, he said on Monday...They are top of third-tier League One
Rangers in talks to borrow £1.5m to aid running of club Rangers have confirmed that they are holding discussions with two major shareholders for a loan of £1.5m to aid the running of the club. In a Stock Exchange statement, the club said terms have
Ally McCoist defends squad's four-star hotel stay Rangers manager Ally McCoist has defended the club's decision to book his squad into a four-star hotel before their win at Forfar. The players stayed at the Carnoustie Hotel before Monday's League One
Rangers chief executive Craig Mather resigns with Bryan Smart Rangers chief executive Craig Mather has resigned from his post with immediate effect. In a statement to the stock exchange, the club also announced the resignation of non-executive
Gavin McCafferty 01 October 2013 Rangers have announced operating losses of £14.4million in their annual accounts. Rangers International Football Club plc announced revenue of £19.1million and staff costs of £17.9million. The club, who raised £
Ex-player Gordon Parks makes Scottish match-fixing claim Footballer turned journalist Gordon Parks claims he knows of several senior games in Scotland that were fixed to rake in gambling winnings. Parks played in the lower leagues with Clyde,
Scotland striker Kenny Miller is to retire from international duty with immediate effect, the Scottish Football Association has confirmed...The former Hibernian, Rangers, Celtic, Wolves and Cardiff striker hangs up his boots with only Kenny Dalglish,
Rangers consultant to leave Ibrox Charles Green has agreed to stand down as a consultant at Rangers and sell his shareholding in the club. It follows discussions by conference call with the Rangers board and repeated calls for him to go.
Walter Smith's exit disappoints Ally McCoist Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he is "very disappointed" about former chairman Walter Smith's departure, but insists he respects the decision. Smith resigned from his role on Monday, referring to a "