Ki Sung-Yueng could have left Swansea City for Rangers during the summer if he’d not been convinced not to do so by Garry Monk.

Ki was out of favour at Swansea and was placed on loan to Sunderland at the start of the 2013-14 Season.

He did enough there at Sunderland to make people praise his efforts. Though, he was not sparkling, but, he was always there doing a job for them and the Black Cats actually wanted to buy him once his loan period was over, and faced competition from Rangers.


A dark cloud has descended upon Rangers after it was revealed that one of the favourites to take over the football club from the hands of administrators – Bill Ng – has decided to pull out of the race to buy the club.

The Singaporean businessman was the favourite to buy it Rangers, but it has now been learnt that he has decided to withdraw his offer for the Scottish club.


Rangers could soon be owned by owners from the Far East and the Americas according to the men in charge of Rangers.

Administrator Paul Clark has recently said that owners from the Americas and the Far East have been in touch with him over the possibility of buying Rangers.

The future of stricken Scottish champions has become under major doubt after they were recently put under administration following the huge debt owed it to the HMRC.


Rangers retaining the Scottish Premier league title this season is going to be extremely tough after Celtic have taken the lead in the most impressive fashion recently.

Celtic now have a four-point advantage over Rangers in the Scottish Premier league table, as Ally McCoist’s men struggle to keep up with Celtic at the top of the table.


Arsenal striker Benik Afobe has said that Scottish club Rangers are one among the many clubs interested in signing him on a loan deal till the end of the season.

Benik Afobe is one of the lesser-known players at Arsenal, and he has said that he is willing to move on a loan deal in order to get some experience.


Glasgow Rangers are finding it increasingly difficult to hold on to their star forward Nikica Jelavic with several English Premier League clubs – including the big clubs like Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool – interested in acquiring his services.

Rated at £ 4 million, the hit man from Croatia could prove to be quite a bargain for the two English football heavyweights as well as the likes of Queens Park Rangers and also Aston Villa who are also monitoring his situation at Rangers.

Scotland should be proud of Old Firm games

Scotland should be proud, not ashamed, of Old Firm clashes, according to Rangers chief operating officer Ali Russell.

Games between Rangers and Celtic have been steeped in controversy lately and the Scottish Cup replay which took place in March resulted in a government summit on the matter.

That game saw three players sent off and a touchline argument between the two management teams and the ultimate result of the ill-tempered game was the creation of an action group to look at what impact the Old Firm clashes have on wider social problems in Scotland.