December 19: Paul Murray, Malcolm Murray, Alex Wilson and Scott Murdoch fail in their attempt to oust the board at the Ibrox AGM. David Somers, Graham Wallace, James Easdale, Norman Crighton and Brian Stockbridge retain their places.


January 24: Controversial finance chief Stockbridge quits Ibrox after months of growing pressure from supporters.

February 24: Just days after confirming they are in talks with two shareholders over a £1.5million credit facility, the deals are done as Laxey Partners and Sandy Easdale provide emergency funding.

March 12: Lee McCulloch scores a hat-trick as Ally McCoist's side clinch the League One title with a 3-0 with over Airdrie at Ibrox.

March 25: After a wave of public pressure and claims from fans that the terms were 'unduly onerous', George Letham takes over the £1million Laxey loan.

March 27: Interim financial results to December 31, 2013, are posted that show an increase in revenue, but loss of £3.5m. Just £3.5m is left in the bank, down from £21.2m twelve months previously.

April 14: Betting firm 32Red are confirmed as Rangers' shirt sponsors on a three-year deal.

April 25: Chief executive Wallace presents his '120-day review' document, highlighting the 'onerous' contracts that are in place and targeting the Premiership title by season 2016/17.

May 8: Sandy Easdale buys another 57,043 shares to increase his shareholding to 4.61%, while retaining proxy over a further 22.10%.

June 13: After a high-profile campaign by Dave King and the Union of Fans, Rangers confirm just 17,000 season tickets have been sold for the new Championship campaign.

July 1: An application is made to issue 714,285 new shares in RIFC plc, pursuant to an exercise of the options granted to Stockbridge as part of his Ibrox contract.

July 19: The Sons of Struth organise a march to Ibrox, demanding the board protect the stadium and will not use it as security over a loan.

July 21: The creation of a Fans' Board, one of the key recommendations of Wallace's review, is announced.

July 25: Philip Nash is appointed to the board on a permanent basis, having previously acted as a 'consultant' and aided Wallace during his business review.

August 6: Rangers confirm to the LSE that they are considering a new share issue to raise around £8m and that support was being 'sought from institutional investors to underwrite the possible equity issue'.

September 3: It is revealed that Mike Ashley bought the naming rights to Ibrox for just £1 in a deal with Charles Green in 2012.