RANGERS' survival was placed in fresh doubt last night after US tycoon Bill Miller pulled out of his £11.2 million bid for the club.
PUTTING aside issues of SPL membership and transfer embargoes, Bill Miller's prospective takeover and rehabilitation of Rangers still faces numerous hurdles, according to experts.
In taking over Rangers, Bill Miller faces one of his biggest challenges since he was a codebreaker during the Vietnam War.
AMERICAN tycoon Bill Miller has pledged to banish the "travesty" of Craig Whyte's era after winning the race to be named the preferred bidder for crisis-hit Rangers.
TWO of the bidders for Rangers have insisted their offers to buy the club remain on the table despite proposed Scottish Premier League changes over sanctions on clubs that go into administration or are liquidated.