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Off: Dorin Goian wants out of Rangers

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Scottish Premier League clubs reject newco Rangers

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Newco Rangers set for SPL rejection

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Rangers omitted from Scottish Premier League fixture list

Scottish Premier League secretary Iain Blair has confirmed Rangers were omitted from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League fixture list for the forthcoming season after an application was made to transfer their place to a newco.

Rangers suspend Kyle Lafferty over 'breach of discipline'

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Coppell given Crawley role

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Rangers have debts of £134m, claims report

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Tottenham Hotspur's Jermain Defoe, Ryan Nelsen and Luka Modric react after Bolton Wanderers' Fabrice Muamba is carried off on a stretcher

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Players and supporters left in a state of shock as paramedics pump midfielder’s chest while the 23-year-old is rushed to hospital in an ambulance

Rangers were plunged into administration on February 14 over an unpaid tax bill of £9million

Rangers hit by new blow as they are ruled out of Europe

Rangers have been all but ruled out of European competition next season after their administrators admitted there was “no realistic prospect” of them securing a licence.

Tom McAnearney: Talented wing-half of the 1950s and 1960s

Tom McAnearney was a beacon of calmness and consistency at the heart of Sheffield Wednesday's midfield, first in the Owls' yo-yo years between the top two divisions of English football in the late 1950s, and then, during his personal prime, as the Hillsborough side enjoyed half a decade among the leading six clubs in the land.

Away days set to continue for Celtic at the Scottish Cup quarters

Celtic have been handed yet another away tie in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.

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