Rangers managed to seal the League One title with eight matches remaining after a 3-0 win over Airdrie during the weekend. After the match, manager Ally McCoist said that the recovery of the club is certainly on track after their return to the Scottish championship.

Rangers will now be looking to get back to the Premier league in the next 12 months. Due to their financial difficulties, the club was relegated to the 3rd tier of Scottish football. However, they have now achieved two promotions in successive seasons to get to the championship stage.



Celtic and Rangers have enjoyed a nine title record, which is likely to be broken this year with Celtic winning the 10th title. However, Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed that he has larger issues to be worried about right now.

McCoist is one of the players to hold the famous nine titles. Ian Ferguson and Richard Gough are the others. Rangers achieved this feat between 1989 and 1997. However, there are currently languishing in the second division of Scottish football, although the situation was much worse 12 months ago.



Rangers are at the top of their league being the only club of their division that has not suffered from a single defeat so far and have been earning themselves convincing results after each match is played.

Even though it might seem like things are going well for the Scottish club, the financial department of the club have recruited the services of the consultant Philip Nash as he will be bring the spending of the club under control.


Rangers appoint Graham Wallace

Scottish team Rangers have appointed Graham Wallace, the former chief operating officer of Manchester City, as their new chief executive. The fifty two year old Dumfries man stated that he is looking forward to this new challenge and he would try to lead the club back to the pinnacle of the game in Scotland and beyond.

The businessman would also be a part of board of directors of Rangers International Football Club. The Scottish club has been looking forward to fill up Craig Mather who stepped down previous month.



Rangers have been very much interested in bringing former Hearts defender Marius Zaliukas to the club in recent weeks, but it has now been revealed that the defender will not be moving to the Scottish League One team after turning down a contract offer.



Rangers have been extremely active in the summer transfer window by bringing in as much as seven players in the last few weeks. This has led to the criticism of manager Ally McCoist. He has defended the signings by saying that Rangers need a bigger squad than last season because they will be playing at different tempo.



Dundee United striker Jon Daly has said that he wants to complete the much anticipated switch to Rangers as soon as possible. The 30-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and he is close to sealing a switch to Rangers, who were recently promoted to the Scottish second division.

The 30-year-old had offers from other clubs like Fleetwood town and Hibs, but he has revealed that the opportunity to join up with Ally McCoist was simply too good to turn down. McCoist was a great goal scorer during his time and he could help Jon Daly in the final years of his playing career.


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Even though Rangers are one of the biggest clubs in Scotland, the manager Ally McCoist has revealed that he is finding it extremely tough to attract players for the next season.



The Rangers manager Ally McCoist has said that he is in favour of complete shutdown of the football during winter. The United Kingdom is one of the few places in Europe where football is constantly played even during Christmas and New Year.