Mystery as Rangers partnership logo covered up at Ibrox Stadium

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Mystery as Rangers partnership logo covered up at Ibrox Stadium

Negativity is certainly not in short supply at Rangers at present and there’s yet more amid images of the club’s Ibrox BioWaveGO sponsorship being covered up at the ground.

Rangers are toiling on the pitch and there is much disruption off it as the club ship eleven goals in three games without reply and are on a three-match losing streak, something which is fundamentally unacceptable at Ibrox.

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Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst is under pressure for poor performances and even worse results, with sporting director Ross Wilson also copping flak for what is generally viewed as a poor window of recruitment.

What a change that is from the season of 20/21, when Wilson’s recruitment was praised as being title-defining, and the Ibrox director isn’t the only one in the Gers boardroom in fan crosshairs.

Douglas Park has been called out for a lack of investment by Dave King in a bubbling war of shareholder words, whilst Stewart Robertson’s leadership and David Graham’s staunch approach to the press is beginning to lose supporters by the week.

James Bisgrove is another who has been lauded in the past but is now firmly in the support’s crosshairs as the club’s commercial and marketing director sees yet another partnership apparently hit the skids.

Rangers’ BioWaveGO sponsor covered up

Rangers signed a deal with “pain-blocking technology” providers BioWaveGO in April 2021 which would see them become the Women’s team’s front-of-shirt sponsors and have their logos in place around Ibrox Stadium [Rangers].

Whilst the sponsor remains at the front of the women’s shirt, Rangers fans would’ve noticed the brand’s logo being covered up with a blue tarpaulin on the Broomloan stand.

Rangers – unsurprisingly – have given little away regarding what’s happened here but James Bisgrove’s stint as the blue-eyed commercial boy of Ibrox is certainly over.

Rangers fans were left furious at the Sydney Cup sell-out to Old Firm rivals Celtic and the likes of Club 1872 have criticised the signing of deals with cryptocurrency companies such as Sportemon Go.

The same Sportemon Go that collapsed but not before Rangers had stamped their logo onto the back of this season’s first team kit ahead of its general sale.

Amid high ticket prices and unpopular membership schemes, there’s also a sentiment the club’s support are being too readily rinsed by the higher ups.

They say it never rains but it pours, and at the minute Rangers could really use some respite from the storms blowing over the Blue Sea of Ibrox as the BioWave nonsense appears to become the latest in an increasingly long line of them.

Meanwhile, Rangers fans are being praised for their display and rendition of the national anthem following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.