RANGERS hero Michael Mols today urged the Light Blue legions to play their part in safeguarding Ibrox.
The Sons of Struth have organised a march from Kinning Park to the Gers' Govan home this weekend in a bid to keep up the pressure on the under-fire Light Blues board as they continue to refuse to grant security over the club's two main assets.
The Union of Fans have been in discussions with the Gers powerbrokers for several months in a bid to strike a deal that would see them grant a legally-binding assurance that Ibrox and Murray Park will not be sold off or leased in the future.
Thousands of supporters are set to join the march this weekend to show their anger at the Rangers hierarchy and Dutch star Mols could yet join them.
He told SportTimes: "The more fans that turn out on Saturday the better to make a statement.
"This isn't a march against Rangers. You are marching for Rangers.
"It shows you care and you want the legacy of Ibrox to stay with Rangers.
"For any club, it is important to have control over your own assets. If you lose that, you are not in control and that creates a difficult situation for the club going forward."
It is ten years since Mols left Rangers but the former striker remains a fan.
However, the 43-year-old finds it difficult to keep up with events as Ally McCoist's side climb back to the top of Scottish football.
Mols said: "Nobody really knows what is happening behind the scenes. It is difficult to understand the whole situation.
"Everyone is concerned and worried about what is going on at the club. We are all fond of the club and care about it and the fans."