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Fans react to troubling Rangers report detailing losses of £14.3 million

Fans react to troubling Rangers report detailing losses of £14.3 million

Rangers have been forced to play a subordinate role to their bitter rivals Celtic since their liquidation in 2012. 

It’s a reality which the supporters have been forced to grin and bear whilst the Bhoys have dominated Scottish football with an imperious swagger which suggests it will take something rather special to change the status quo.

Steven Gerrard’s arrival at the club could well be that special something, but his record since entering the hot seat at Ibrox would suggest that little has changed at the club.

Rangers dropped points once again on Wednesday evening as they drew 1-1 at home to Kilmarnock in a bitterly disappointing result which served to exacerbate feelings of discontent amongst the fan base.

But the result was not the only big story to emerge on the night as Rangers published a report detailing their dire financial situation.

It makes for pretty grim reading for the Gers faithful as the report revealed that the club recorded a financial loss of £14.3 million last season. Significantly, that figure was higher than the total loss of the rest of the SPFL clubs combined.

For a club whose harrowing recent history is still fresh in the memory, it’s no surprise that supporters have reacted with a mixture of shock, concern and, from the Celtic perspective, delight at the report.

Here’s what fans have had to say in response to Rangers’ recorded losses…

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