Imran Ahmad’s court bid to freeze Rangers’ assets

Imran Ahmad. Picture: SNS
Imran Ahmad. Picture: SNS
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RANGERS’ financial troubles showed little sign of easing last night, with their former commercial director Imran Ahmad reported to be heading back to court next week in an ongoing bid to have over £500,000 frozen in the club’s account.

Ahmad’s dispute with Rangers centres around a claim for unpaid bonuses, with a hearing in February finding in the club’s favour – Lord Tyre rejecting Ahmad’s claim that they were trading while insolvent.

However, with Rangers having since made it clear that a sizeable drop in season ticket sales would leave them unable to trade without seeking external finance, BBC Scotland has reported that they will again have to satisfy a judge at the Court of Session that they can continue to trade.

Rangers made no comment on the matter last night.