Green leaves Rangers
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green has stood down as a paid consultant after less than a month in the role following pressure from supporters.
Mr Green was brought back to the club at the beginning of August, four months after allegations of links with former club owner Craig Whyte forced his departure as chief executive. He denied the claims and a club investigation found no case to answer.
Mr Green, who was behind Rangers' re-emergence as a new company following the club's entry into administration last year. He organised a £22.2m fundraising in December and a listing on Aim, although it would appear that much of this money has been spent.
Suggestions by a former director that the club could be insolvent again by December seem exaggerated with big gates providing cash flow, but it looks as if the power struggle surrounding the club is only going to intensify.