DAVE King settled into the position as Rangers chairman on Friday and quickly alighted on the topic of his predecessors in the role.
DAVE KING has been cleared to take up the position of Rangers chairman after being passed 'fit and proper' by the Scottish Football Association.
Police have searched Mike Ashley's Sports Direct headquarters in Derbyshire as part of their ongoing investigation relating to Rangers.
WALTER SMITH, the former Rangers manager, believes Dave King's plans for the club will be unaffected by his status with the Scottish Football Association and the outcome of their 'fit and proper' test investigations.
Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan says Dave King faces a "challenge" if he is to prove himself fit and proper to run Rangers.