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Robertson standing down as Rangers managing director

Rangers managing director Stewart Roberston is to leave the club this summer with the club appointing James Bisgrove as their new chief operating officer.

He took up the position at the club in 2015, saying he has now decided to leave to "explore new opportunities."

Robertson's departure comes after Ross Wilson's decision to quit as sporting director to become chief football officer at Nottingham Forest.

Fan protests against the board have ramped up in recent weeks, with Wilson and Robertson the central focus of supporter frustrations.

Images featuring the duo's faces being crossed out with a red line featured during a major protest during Rangers' away game at Motherwell in March, with fans demanding change.

During Robertson's time at Ibrox, Rangers won their 55th top-flight title under Steven Gerrard in 2021, before the Englishman moved to Aston Villa, and the Scottish Cup last season. They also reached last year's Europa League final.

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