SANDY Easdale has resigned on an “amicable basis” from the Rangers board, ending his troubled tenure as a club director.
Easdale, who was appointed as club chairman in September 2013, will now no longer be the subject of an investigation into his conduct, according to a club statement released earlier this evening.
The statement read: “The Rangers Football Club Limited confirms that matters have been resolved with Sandy Easdale on an amicable basis.
“Mr Easdale has agreed to resign from his directorships with the group with immediate effect and he does so wishing the club, its supporters and the new board every success for the future.
“The club thanks Mr Easdale for his co-operation in this changeover and confirms the investigation previously referred to will not now proceed. The club is also happy to confirm that Mr Easdale did not receive any remuneration in respect of the directorships he held with the club.”
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