Chairman Dave King
Stadium Ibrox Stadium
Time at Club:
Rangers have now confirmed the signing of new manager Mark Wurbuton who has joined the club to replace Stuart McCall whose contract at Ibrox is due to expire this summer.
Rangers are the most successful team domestically in Scotland having won the League title a remarkable 54 times in their history, which is also a World Record. Along with their 54 League crowns Rangers have also won a record 26 Scottish League Cups and 33 Scottish Cups, so their fans are used to and expect success each and every season.
During the 1990's Rangers completely dominated Scottish Football winning an incredible nine league titles in-a-row with near neighbours and rivals Celtic unable to match the Ibrox side on or off the pitch. However, following that run they slipped of the pace and have struggled financially and fell behind Celtic on the pitch, until recently when Walter Smith returned to the club to guide them to three successive titles between 2009 and 2011.
Numerous drawns but few defeats has seen Rangers enjoy a strong run of results. Defeats against Celtic and Hibernian are the only black marks on a run that has seen them amass wins against Queen of the South, Motherwell, Dundee and Peterhead while sharing the spoils versus Ross County, Kilmarnock, Hamilton Academical and St Mirren
|01 Oct||Rangers||15:00||Partick Thistle|
|15 Oct||Inverness CT||15:00||Rangers|
|26 Oct||Rangers||19:45||St Johnstone|
|05 Nov||Ross County||16:00||Rangers|
|01 Oct||vs Partick Thistle||15:00|
|15 Oct||@ Inverness CT||15:00|
|22 Oct||@ Hearts||15:00|
|26 Oct||vs St Johnstone||19:45|
|29 Oct||vs Kilmarnock||15:00|
|05 Nov||@ Ross County||16:00|