The Scottish Football Association has set aside two March dates to hear the Rangers and Mike Ashley cases.
The Three Bears consortium have criticised Rangers' decision to shun their offer in favour of a £10m loan deal from Sports Direct, a company owned by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley.
The Rangers board has agreed a £10m loan deal with Mike Ashley's Sports Direct company, it has announced to the Stock Exchange.
Rangers Supporters Trust spokesman Chris Graham is optimistic the continued growth of his organisation will see fans have a much greater influence within Ibrox over the next few months.
Mike Ashley will not be attending the hearing over alleged 'dual ownership' rule breaches at Hampden Park on Tuesday and it will now take place via conference call.
Charlie Nicholas says he would be amazed if Rangers beat Celtic next Sunday but admits the results in the FA Cup over the weekend show anything is possible in football.
Celtic FC Foundation, the charitable arm of Celtic Football Club, is to make a £10,000 donation in support of Fernando Ricksen, his family and Motor Neurone Disease Association Scotland.
Former Rangers captain Fernando Ricksen says he has been overwhelmed by the messages of support he has received since revealing he is suffering from motor neurone disease.