Norman Crighton buys 60,000 Rangers shares

IBROX non-executive director Norman Crighton has bought 60,000 shares in Rangers International Football Club plc.

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Norman Crighton was re-elected at last week's AGM
Norman Crighton was re-elected at last week's AGM

Crighton, who retained his place at the Light Blues top table at the AGM, paid 34p per share, with his purchase announced to the Stock Exchange yesterday.

The 47-year-old now has a 0.09% shareholding in the company.


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