Rangers ‘not in cash crisis’, Charles Green cost almost £1m, Kilmarnock fans want Michael Johnston meeting, Morgaro Gomis return?
Rangers ‘not in crisis’
Rangers chief executive Craig Mather says there is no cash crisis at the Ibrox club and accused the current board’s opponents of just trying to make them look bad.
Rangers yesterday reported operating losses of £14 million just a year after clearing their debts. (Scotsman)
Green bill angers fans
Rangers fans have expressed their anger after it was revealed that Charles Green received almost £1m for his 13 months in charge.
The former chief executive became a hate figure for many supporters and he oversaw a stormy leadership at Ibrox. (Daily Express)
Johnston invited to fans meeting
Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston has been invited to attend a crisis meeting next week with fans.
Many supporters have vowed to boycott the club’s games until Johnston leaves. (Daily Express)
Gomis back in the mix
Morgaro Gomis could be in line to return to Tannadice after the 2010 Scottish Cup hero has been training with Dundee United.
Gomis left Birmingham in the summer and United are said to be interested in a deal.
However, funding for any contract could be held up by John Souttar’s possible move to Sunderland. (Various)
McGowan hails Hearts clean sheet
Dylan McGowan has hailed Hearts defensive capabilities after a clean sheet against Dundee United last week.
The threadbare squad of youngsters had left many in the mind that Hearts would struggle this season but the Tynecastle outfit has put in some admirable performances. (Daily Record)