10 Mar 2012

Rangers' cost savings will allow them to complete season

11:52 am on 10 March 2012

Players from the stricken Scottish football club Rangers have agreed to wage cuts of between 25 and 75 percent in an effort to allow the club to fulfil its fixtures for the rest of the Scottish Premier League season.

Administrators told a news conference that a raft of cost-cutting measures should allow them to finish the season.

The plight of Rangers, Scottish champions a world record 54 times, has sent shockwaves through British football, where many clubs are struggling to make ends meet.