RANGERS are set to lose out on lucrative European football next season because they are unlikely to submit fully audited accounts by a March 31 deadline set by the SFA.
THE impasse between the Rangers players and the club's administrator is about to be breached.
THEY left the training ground in dribs and drabs, some out of the main exit on to the busy Auchenhowie Road, others by a back exit along a dirt track to avoid the throng of assembled media.
There comes a time in life when you have to stand on your own two feet, a seminal moment when things will never again be quite the same and that all the old certainties are turned on their head.
NEIL LENNON last night described the players caught in the middle of Rangers' administration fall-out as "completely innocent".