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Manager: Ally McCoist

Home: Ibrox Stadium

SPL Winners: Celtic

Scottish Cup Winners: Hearts

League Cup Winners: Kilmarnock


Match Results

Round Competition Date Venue Outcome Opponents For Agt Crowd
1 Scottish Premier League Jul 23 Sat Ibrox Stadium     D Hearts   1 1 49,083
3rd Qualifier Champions League   26 Tue Ibrox Stadium     L Malmo   0 1 28,828
2 Scottish Premier League   30 Sat McDiarmid Park     W St Johnstone 2 0 6,459
3rd Qualifier Champions League Aug 3 Wed Swedbank Stadion (Sweden)   D Malmo   1 1 19,084
3 Scottish Premier League   13 Sat Caledonian Stadium     W Inverness C.T. 2 0 6,623
4th Qualifier Europa League   18 Thu Ljudski vrt (Slovenia)     L NK Maribor 1 2 11,000
4 Scottish Premier League   21 Sun Fir Park       W Motherwell   3 0 10,092
4th Qualifier Europa League   25 Thu Ibrox Stadium     D NK Maribor 1 1 32,223
5 Scottish Premier League   28 Sun Ibrox Stadium     W Aberdeen   2 0 44,070
6 Scottish Premier League Sep 10 Sat Tannadice Park     W Dundee Utd   1 0 10,156
7 Scottish Premier League   18 Sun Ibrox Stadium     W Celtic   4 2 50,221
3rd Round League Cup     21 Wed Falkirk Stadium     L Falkirk   2 3 6,493
8 Scottish Premier League   24 Sat East End Park     W Dunfermline Athletic 4 0 7,577
9 Scottish Premier League   27 Tue Ibrox Stadium     W Kilmarnock   2 0 43,761
10 Scottish Premier League Oct 1 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W Hibs   1 0 44,430
11 Scottish Premier League   15 Sat Ibrox Stadium     D St Mirren   1 1 47,034
12 Scottish Premier League   23 Sun Tynecastle Stadium     W Hearts   2 0 15,495
13 Scottish Premier League   29 Sat Pittodrie Stadium     W Aberdeen   2 1 15,468
14 Scottish Premier League Nov 5 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W Dundee Utd   3 1 45,600
15 Scottish Premier League   19 Sat Ibrox Stadium     D St Johnstone 0 0 45,279
16 Scottish Premier League   27 Sun Rugby Park       L Kilmarnock   0 1 9,506
17 Scottish Premier League Dec 3 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W Dunfermline Athletic 2 1 47,305
18 Scottish Premier League   10 Sat Easter Road     W Hibs   2 0 11,380
19 Scottish Premier League   17 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W Inverness C.T. 2 1 43,701
20 Scottish Premier League 24 Sat Greenhill Road (Paisley)     L St Mirren   1 2 6,711
21 Scottish Premier League   28 Wed Parkhead       L Celtic   0 1 58,658
22 Scottish Premier League Jan 2 Mon Ibrox Stadium     W Motherwell   3 0 44,893
4th Round Scottish Cup   8 Sun Gayfield Park     W Arbroath   4 0 5,895
23 Scottish Premier League   14 Sat McDiarmid Park     W St Johnstone 2 1 6,577
24 Scottish Premier League   21 Sat Ibrox Stadium     D Aberdeen   1 1 46,648
25 Scottish Premier League   28 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W Hibs   4 0 44,057
5th Round Scottish Cup Feb 5 Sun Ibrox Stadium     L Dundee Utd   0 2 17,822
26 Scottish Premier League   11 Sat East End Park     W Dunfermline Athletic 4 1 7,464
27 Scottish Premier League   18 Sat Ibrox Stadium     L Kilmarnock   0 1 50,268
28 Scottish Premier League   26 Sun Caledonian Stadium     W Inverness C.T. 4 1 6,416
29 Scottish Premier League Mar 3 Sat Ibrox Stadium     L Hearts   1 2 47,276
30 Scottish Premier League   17 Sat Tannadice Park     L Dundee Utd   1 2 9,464
31 Scottish Premier League   25 Sun Ibrox Stadium     W Celtic   3 2 50,191
32 Scottish Premier League   31 Sat Fir Park       W Motherwell   2 1 9,063
33 Scottish Premier League Apr 7 Sat Ibrox Stadium     W St Mirren   3 1 46,998
34 Scottish Premier League   21 Sat Tynecastle Stadium     W Hearts   3 0 14,842
35 Scottish Premier League   29 Sun Parkhead       L Celtic   0 3 58,546
36 Scottish Premier League May 2 Wed Ibrox Stadium     W Dundee Utd   5 0 43,383
37 Scottish Premier League   5 Sat Ibrox Stadium     D Motherwell   0 0 45,962
38 Scottish Premier League   13 Sun McDiarmid Park     W St Johnstone 4 0 6,459

Trivia

  On the 14th of February 2012, owner Craig Whyte placed the oldco into administration due to the non-payment of taxes and associated increasing debts. Later that year the oldco was forced into liquidation due to HMRC refusing to accept a Compulsory Voluntary Arrangement.

  A consortium led by Charles Green bought the assets of the oldco and transferred ownership to a newco (RFC 2012 plc) in June 2012.

  Due to the issues above, later votes between the then SPL and SFL clubs led Rangers being placed into the Third Division for season 2012-13 with just two days to spare. Although the transfer of the club's SFA membership was agreed, various stipulations were put in place - including transfer embargo and fines.

  Various legal cases remain in place as of late 2015 - surrounding the ownership of the club from this period.


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