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Nash gets Rangers board role

RANGERS have formally appointed Philip Nash as a board director, six months after he began working for the club as a consultant.

The accountant, who has previously worked for Liverpool and Arsenal, worked on the Ibrox club's business review with chief executive Graham Wallace.

Mr Nash has also been advising on operational and financial improvements.

In a statement Rangers said: "His role has expanded such that the Board believes it is appropriate for Mr Nash to serve as a director of the company." The appointment is not expected to be on a permanent basis.

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