Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he is under no pressure to sell players in January.
Ally McCoist says he would be delighted if Rangers go through the season with a 100% record but admits he is expecting the run to come to an end.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist praised his players after they secured their 19th straight victory with a 6-1 demolition of Forfar in Scottish League One...
Nicky Clark scored four goals as Rangers romped to a 6-1 win over Forfar at Ibrox to record their 19th consecutive victory.
Ally McCoist has appealed to Rangers fans to stop taking flares into matches after the SFA opened an investigation into an incident during Saturday's ...
Dean Shiels has recovered from injury and is in line to return to Rangers' line-up against Forfar in their League One clash on Tuesday evening.
A late double from Nicky Law and David Templeton sealed a 2-0 win and booked Rangers' ticket to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup at the expense of ...
Rangers fan representatives have called for a meeting with the Ibrox board in the wake of an open forum with the group looking to force boardroom chan...
Paul Murray is confident fresh investment will be made in Rangers if boardroom changes are approved at the club's AGM next month.
Rangers midfielder Fraser Aird is pleased to be back in the first-team squad and does not want to go out on loan.
Rangers made it 13 wins from 13 Scottish League One games this season as they strolled past Arbroath 3-0 at Gayfield.
A solitary goal from Charlie Austin gave Queens Park Rangers a 1-0 win over Charlton in the Sky
The Scottish Football Association have dismissed a complaint from Rangers over a joke made by Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell.
New Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace has promised to bring stability to the club but refused to be drawn on his future post-December 19.
Laxey Partners have taken their shareholding in Rangers International Football Club to more than 7.5m with the acquisition of another 3.3m shares.
Former Rangers director of football Gordon Smith believes new Ibrox chief executive officer Graham Wallace will bring much-needed stability to the clu...
Julio Cesar is looking for a route out of Queens Park Rangers in January and admits he may take the decision to return to Brazil.
Rangers have appointed Graham Wallace as their new chief executive.
Harry Redknapp has admitted he is ready to let Julio Cesar leave Queens Park Rangers so he can play before the World Cup.
Niko Kranjcar believes Queens Park Rangers have a squad of 'Premier League footballers' and are heading back to the big time.
Arnold Peralta gave Neymar a rough time in Miami on Sunday, but claims the Brazil forward 'belongs in the theatre'.
Rangers have announced that investment banker Norman Crighton has joined the board as an independent non-executive director.
Julio Cesar expects his future to be resolved in January, with a lack of game time making a move away from Queens Park Rangers likely.