Scottish League One club Rangers have appointed Graham Wallace as their new CEO.
The 52-year old former Manchester City chief operating officer has stepped into the role at Ibrox and will also join the Rangers International Football Club Plc board of directors as well as the club's board with immediate effect.
Club chairman David Somers was thrilled with the appointment: "I am absolutely delighted to welcome Graham to the role of chief executive of Rangers Football Club.
"Following an extensive recruitment process the board interviewed several high calibre individuals and determined that Graham was by far the outstanding candidate for the position.
"His first class business and financial experience combined with his extensive knowledge of football operations at the highest levels of the game, will be of huge benefit to Rangers as we strive to take the club forward in preparation for our return to the top of the Scottish game.
"Graham's appointment will also help provide the club with further stability and leadership and we are certain that everyone connected with the club will wish him every success as he embarks on the job ahead."
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