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Rangers supporters have laid tributes outside Ibrox to former player Arnold Peralta who was shot and killed in Honduras this week.
Fans also observed a minute's silence prior to kick-off of the match against Morton for the midfielder who had an 18-month spell in Scotland.
A majority of Rangers shareholders have voted against Mike Ashley's demand that the club immediately repay a £5million loan dished out by his Sports Direct empire.
Englishman Mark Warburton has been appointed as Rangers' new manager after agreeing a three-year deal, the club have announced.
The former Brentford boss, who will be assisted by ex-Light Blues captain Davie Weir, has been tasked with leading the Scottish Championship side to promotion at the first attempt by Gers chairman Dave King.
The 52-year-old takes over from interim boss Stuart McCall, who was overlooked for the position after a humiliating 6-1 play-off final defeat to Motherwell cost the club their Scottish Premiership return.
Rangers moved within two games of ending a three-year exile from the Scottish Premiership after holding off Hibernian in their play-off semi-final at Easter Road.
Two goals up from Wednesday's first leg, the Glasgow side could afford to concede Jason Cummings' late strike in the Leith return and hold on for a 1-0 defeat which sees them through to a final showdown against Motherwell with a 2-1 aggregate success.
Stuart McCall has arrived at Murray Park to begin work as the new Rangers manager.
McCall was photographed driving through the gates of the club's training ground ahead of the anticipated announcement of his appointment.
The 50-year-old is expected to deliver his first media conference as Rangers boss later on Thursday.
Dave King, Paul Murray and John Gilligan have been voted onto the Rangers board, with the shareholders voting overwhelmingly to remove existing board members Derek Llambias and Barry Leach.
Shares in Rangers have been suspended by Stock Exchange bosses after the club's Nominated Advisor resigned.
The announcement comes just two days before the club are due to hold a general meeting which will clear out the current board of directors and put Dave King in charge.
But now equity trades on the AIM market - a sub-division of the London Stock Exchange - have been halted after NOMAD WH Ireland withdrew its services.