30,000 flyers for Rangers supporters

RANGERS supporters are set to step up their plans to withhold season ticket money from the Ibrox club next season.

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Rangers fans will receive a leaflet from the Union of Fans at Sunday's cup tie
Rangers fans will receive a leaflet from the Union of Fans at Sunday's cup tie

The Union of Fans will hand out leaflets at the William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final with Albion Rovers at Ibrox on Sunday.

It is understood a total of 30,000 flyers, which outline the objectives of the group, have been printed and will be handed to supporters at the game.

The leaflets urge fans to register their interest in putting their season ticket cash into a trust on their official website.

The Union, an umbrella group comprising six supporters organisations, intend to release the funds to the club when their demands are met.

Over 5,000 Rangers supporters have so far pledged to withold their season ticket money on the Union of Fans website.

And over 30 supporters' clubs from all over the world have also contacted the organisation to indicate their backing for the plan.

Former Rangers director Dave King is set to fly to Scotland next week to oversee the setting up of a Trust.

Elsewhere, the Union Bears, one of the groups in the Union of Fans, will stage a banner protest on Sunday.


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