Rangers have invited supporters to take part in special engagement drop-in sessions at Ibrox [Rangers.co.uk].

While fans are now finally back at matches, it was a testing 18 months or so for the support, with many forking out huge sums across season tickets and MyGers memberships despite the financial uncertainty caused by the pandemic.


Rangers fans have once again shown their loyalty and the club have invited supporters to discuss their concerns and ideas in special Ibrox sessions. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Now, the Gers are reaching out to give the loyal fanbase the opportunity to have face-to-face conversations with club representatives during which they can raise any issues or concerns.

The initiative is aimed particularly at fans who don’t regularly use social media.


The sessions are taking place in the new-look Club 72 Lounge in the Sandy Jardine Stand, with the first taking place yesterday (Wednesday) between 12 and 2.

The second drop-in session will happen during the same hours today (Thursday), with four further sessions planned for October (13th, 14th, 19th and 20th) and further dates to be announced later.

As these sessions are taking place during the week, many potentially interested fans may be unable to attend due to work commitments.

It’s a good concept, though, and plenty of notice has been given for the October dates.

It’ll be interesting to see how many fans avail of the opportunity and if the club issues an update to inform the wider support about what comes out of the sessions.

Earlier this week, the Capo of a Rangers high-profile fan group announced that he was standing down.

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