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 By PA Sport

Mike Ashley no 'threat' to Rangers, says president Dave King

Newcastle fans are eagerly anticipating to see who owner Mike Ashley appoints as new manager.
Mike Ashley still has an influence at Rangers despite Dave King's appointment as chairman.

New Rangers chairman Dave King insists the club are not at war with Mike Ashley -- and says their troubles with the Newcastle chief are "just business."

King even believes the Light Blues faithful should be "grateful'' for the handouts the Sports Direct boss has given the club in recent months.

The South Africa-based millionaire was speaking at Ibrox for the first time since being passed fit and proper by the Scottish Football Association on Tuesday.

He will officially take to the Gers throne on...

Prospective Rangers chairman Dave King declared 'fit and proper' by SFA

Dave King (centre) is Rangers' prospective chairman.

Dave King's application to sit on the Rangers board has been approved by the Scottish Football Association board.

The SFA said it was satisfied that prospective Rangers chairman King was a "fit and proper" person with regards to its rules.

King had to argue his case in light of his previous directorship with oldco Rangers before they went into liquidation and also because of his convictions for tax offences in South Africa.

The Rangers shareholder had swept to power with his allies following a general...

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Newcastle owner Mike Ashley's Sports Direct headquarters visited by police

Mike Ashley is the current owner of Newcastle.

Police have searched Mike Ashley's Sports Direct headquarters in Derbyshire as part of their ongoing investigation relating to Rangers.

The Newcastle United owner has close to a nine percent stake in the Ibrox club, and Sports Direct has control of their retail operations.

"We can confirm that officers carried out a search of a property in Derbyshire," Police Scotland said.

"As this is part of a live inquiry, it would be inappropriate to comment further."

A statement from the sportswear firm read:...

Rangers pipped to second place

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Rangers threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 against Hearts - but in the end a victory would not have been enough for the Ibrox club to secure a runners-up place in the Championship.

Stuart McCall's side were in control against the champions with first-half efforts from Darren McGregor and Kenny Miller.

But Hearts forward Genero Zeefuik came off the bench to notch a brace in the final eight minutes of an absorbing contest.

The away team needed to win to have any chance of finishing second but Hibs'...

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Rangers interim chairman Paul Murray passes 'fit and proper' SFA test

Murray (left) is determined to take Rangers back to the top of Scottish football following the ruling.

Rangers interim chairman Paul Murray has been passed as "fit and proper" by the Scottish Football Association (SFA).

Murray had to argue his case because he was a director of Rangers not long before the club went into administration and liquidation in 2012.

The banker had opposed the takeover of Craig Whyte in May 2011 and was swiftly removed from the board.

The SFA has not given any information on a similar application from shareholder Dave King, who aims to be appointed chairman if he is passed.

Glasgow-born...