Wanted: Settled Period At Board Level
The has been another boardroom shuffle at Ibrox. Will the current incarnation make it through a season? Only time will tell.
Rangers will be hoping for a period of stability off the field following the appointment of Craig Mather as new chief executive. Mather has already some experience of the role as he was interim chief executive officer and was also chief operating officer for a period at the Scottish Second Division club. With Malcolm Murray and fellow non-executive director Phil Cartmell leaving the club it has been another turbulent 12 months at Ibrox. Transport company owner James Easdale's was also appointed as a non-executive director, beside Walter Smith - who remains at the club.Non-executive chairman Smith, said: "Throughout his time at the club, Craig has demonstrated a deep commitment to the club and has a clear vision of how Rangers should be taken forward. He has made an extremely valuable contribution to the club as interim chief executive officer and thoroughly deserves the opportunity to lead Rangers as CEO. The board wish him every success as we all strive to take Rangers back to the pinnacle of Scottish football." Mather said: "It is a great privilege to serve as CEO of Rangers. This is a great football club and is recognised as such throughout the UK and internationally."
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