ADMINISTRATORS last night began the job of restructuring Rangers Football Club.
AS Rangers supporters kept vigil in the cold outside Ibrox Stadium last night, the two financial experts who have been put in temporary charge of the 140-year-old club outlined their plans.
SEVENTEEN years ago, David Low sat on a milk urn and successfully negotiated the transfer of Celtic shares from a South Fermanagh farmer into the hands of Fergus McCann.
A DEPRESSING day for Rangers supporters will surely have been made even bleaker by the continued use of the ''a big boy did it and ran away'' defence.
INSOLVENCY experts say creditors, including the HMRC, would be expected to be hit hard as administrators attempt to find a way to save Rangers.