September 12: Rangers confirm a settlement with former Commercial Director Imran Ahmad, for 'significantly less' than the amount he was claiming in a court case.

Ahmad, a close ally of Charles Green, claimed he was due £500,000 in unpaid bonuses. On the same day, it is announced just £3.13million had been raised through the open share offer.

September 30: The £1million Letham loan and £500,000 due to Sandy Easdale is repaid.

October 8: MASH holdings, owned by Mike Ashley, calls for a General Meeting to be held and calls for the removal of Wallace and Nash from the board.

October 24: Nash steps down from board and leaves Rangers.

October 27: On a day of drama at Ibrox, Wallace becomes the next high-profile casualty as Ashley steps up his Light Blues power grab. Rangers confirm they have clinched a £2million loan deal with Ashley, secured against Edmiston House and the Albion car park, as he is invited to put forward the names of two nominees for appointment to the board.

October 30: David Somers is confirmed as executive chairman.

November 3: Derek Llambias, who had been acting as a 'consultant' since October 28, is confirmed as the first Ashley appointment as he is named a non-executive director.

November 12: The Ashley loan facility is increased by a further £1million as Rangers blame 'lower than expected' crowds that have 'exacerbated the financial condition of the business'. It is also announced that Rangers have entered into a partnership with Sports Direct, in which Ashley gave up his £1 naming rights agreement for Ibrox. Rangers say the deal is a 'more normalised retail joint venture' but confirm SD continues to have 'certain advertising rights'.

November 27: Rangers' AGM is set for December 22 at Ibrox as preliminary financial results to June 2014 are released. A £14.4million loss is posted.

December 10: In what has proven to be a hugely significant moment, Norman Crighton leaves Ibrox with immediate effect.

December 12: WH Ireland are confirmed as RIFC plc's new Nomad.

December 15: Ally McCoist shocks Scottish football as he hands in his notice, confirming he will work his twelve month period. Rangers reveal his salary will increase 'significantly' to £750,000 for the final year of his deal.