A BIDDING war is expected for control of Rangers after a court ruling left the door open for administrators to tear up the four-year season ticket deal.
A judge has ruled the controversial season ticket deal Craig Whyte used to buy Rangers must stand, dealing a blow to attempts to sell the club.
THE Scottish Football Association has asked every club in the country to admit whether it made undisclosed payments to players at any point over the past 10 years.
RANGERS' administrators have received a fourth conditional bid in the battle for control of Ibrox.
RANGERS administrators have not ruled out getting takeover bids from at least three more interested parties on top of the three already lodged.