First, it emerged former director Dave King could face Stock Exchange opposition over moves to install him as club chairman.
Then former director Paul Murray won his court battle with the Board over moves to prevent him and three others standing for election to the Ibrox hierarchy at the AGM.
SportTimes understands supporters groups will now look to increase the pressure on the Board in the coming days and at the game with Brechin City this weekend.
Splinter group The Sons of Struth today labelled the positions of chief executive Craig Mather and finance director Brian Stockbridge "untenable" after the dramatic ruling at the Court of Session in Edinburgh. An SoS source told SportTimes: "We feel that Mather and Stockbridge should resign immediately.
"Our protests will be directed at both of them. The other question marks surround James and Sandy Easdale and fans would like some dialogue from them.
"They have been invisible since the Stenhousemuir game at Ibrox.
"We will have a presence at the Brechin game this weekend and we have other plans to keep the pressure on the Board and get our message across again."
The warning came after Lord Tyre ruled that the club's AGM originally earmarked for October 24 be postponed to allow shareholders the chance to elect former chairman Malcolm Murray, Paul Murray and Scott Murdoch and Alex Wilson.
The Ibrox powerbrokers have come under fierce criticism after Rangers International Football Club plc posted a loss of £14million for the last financial year.
The court victory by the Requisitioners has piled more pressure on the Board as fans seek change at the top table.
Rangers Supporters Association chief Drew Roberton told SportTimes: "I have to agree with Paul Murray, the positions of Craig Mather and Brian Stockbridge are untenable.
"Why not let the prospective board members put their names forward and a vote to take place?
"The board would have gone to court thinking they were right and they have been proven wrong.
"I think Paul Murray's integrity shone through yesterday at the court.
"He had a chance to do a deal with the Board and ditch his friends, but he didn't and that says a lot about him.
"I have no doubt that Paul and the people he is involved with have got nothing but the best intentions for Rangers."