The Scottish Professional Football League is to review its policy on fan behaviour in the wake of criticism over its stance on sectarian singing.
Marius Zaliukas and Ian Black have dropped out of the Rangers squad for the Scottish Championship clash at Falkirk after being struck by illness.
Kenny McDowall admits it is difficult to enjoy his role as Rangers caretaker manager and would much prefer Ally McCoist to be in charge.
The Scottish Football Association is seeking further punishment for Rangers
Rangers have announced that James Easdale has resigned as a director of the club.
The Scottish Professional Football League has called on supporters to help rid the game of sectarian and offensive chanting.
Fan group Rangers First now owns two per cent of the Scottish Championship club after extending its shareholding to 1.6 million shares.
Rangers have been told to sack finance director Barry Leach by the Three Bears consortium looking to help save the club.