How many games did Rangers play in 2014-15 season?

How many games did Rangers play in 2014-15 season?

(August 2018) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Rangers played a total of 54 competitive matches during the 2014-15 season.

Who is the manager of Rangers Football Club?

On the football front, Rangers appointed its fourteenth permanent manager on 15 June in the shape of Mark Warburton, who agreed a three-year contract. Warburton was joined at the club by former Rangers centre-back David Weir who became his assistant manager.

When did Queens Park Rangers get their 2014 / 15 kit?

Queens Park Rangers 2014/15 kit. * Denotes home-grown players. Players born on or after 01/01/1993 do not need to be registered. List may be subject to change due to ongoing transfers.

What was the financial situation of Rangers Football Club?

Financial respite was short lived as Rangers announced its preliminary results at the end of November indicating the club required another £8m of investment to see out the season. This effectively left Rangers at the mercy of Ashley who could dictate the terms of and source of any future funding.

Where does Rangers international football club play their home games?

For “The Rangers International Football Club Plc” in Scotland, see Ownership of Rangers F.C. / 6.44427; -7.49630 Rangers International Football Club, commonly known as Enugu Rangers, is a Nigerian professional association football team. They are based in Enugu and play their home games at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium.

Who is on the Board of Rangers Football Club?

The outcome of the EGM was a decisive victory for King’s consortium with Derek Llambias and finance director Barry Leach being voted off the board and King, Paul Murray and John Giligan moving in. Both King and Murray subsequently applied to be passed as a fit and proper person by the SFA with the later being cleared at the beginning of May.

What was the loss of Rangers Football Club?

The club’s financial results were announced at the start of October with an operating loss of £14m in the thirteen months to June 2013, with the revelation that the club spends more on non-playing staff than on the squad.