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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 "
Jim McColl will not increase stake at Ibrox Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green has invited Jim McColl to place £14m in a bank account by Friday for a 28% share of the Ibrox club. However, the engineering tycoon insists he has no interest in
Walter Smith backs proposed changes on board Walter Smith is urging Rangers fans to support boardroom changes after he stepped down as chairman at Ibrox. The former manager referred to a "highly-dysfunctional environment" at board level. And he wants
Walter Smith on brink of quitting as chairman at Ibrox Rangers chairman Walter Smith is on the brink of quitting his post at the club following days of bitter infighting at Ibrox. The former manager has already indicated to some within the club that
Fallen Scottish giants Rangers have been rocked by more in-fighting after manager Ally McCoist launched a stinging attack on the club's former chief executive Charles Green. McCoist awoke yesterday to read a newspaper interview in which Green, who is