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I would quite happily buy a three season book if one was available, even though my games would be few and far between, someone would get use out of it.

Thats actually quite a good idea if offered as another option to the support. Gets us some decent money in initially.

Have ye suggested this tae CG? I'm sure this is something that would interest him.

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Rangers newco chief executive Green is already preparing for the possibility of playing First Division – or SPL2 – football in the new season. The club announced last night that the deadline for season ticket renewals has been extended from 29 June to 11 July, after the SPL vote.

“In the event that we are not playing in the SPL, pricing will be reviewed and adjusted accordingly and refunds paid to season ticket holders who have already committed,” said a statement.

“The club will process the first of four direct debit payments. The amounts remain unchanged at this point in time from the amount indicated to all direct debit season ticket holders in their confirmation letter. However, any subsequent payments will be reduced to take account of any movement in price as a result of playing in an alternative league. Fans should also be assured that all season ticket money will be held in an account that will go directly to the club.”

Doubts have been expressed over the security of season ticket cash committed by supporters. Brian Stockbridge of investors Zeus Capital, recently appointed as finance director of the newco Rangers, denied that direct debit payments would go to the old company.

“There has been some misleading and inaccurate media coverage regarding season ticket monies,” said Stockbridge. “At present Rangers has not taken any season ticket money by direct debits. Rangers has full corporate banking facilities in place and the process of transferring direct debit instructions will be completed within the next few working days. We will be writing to all season ticket holders who pay by direct debit with all relevant information. A relatively small amount of money has been paid by supporters by cheque and cash and that money is being transferred to the club’s new bank account.”

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