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http://www.rangersinternationalfootballclub.com/share-information

Rangers has an issued share capital of 65,096,056 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares").

Major Shareholding (3% or above):

Further to its announcement on 28 November 2013, the Company understands that its major shareholders were as follows: Shareholder No of Ordinary Shares held % of issued share capital Laxey Partners Ltd 7,578,672 11.64% Artemis Investment Management LLP 5,479,000 8.42% Hargreave Hale Limited 4,601,688 7.07% Blue Pitch Holding* 4,000,000 6.14% Miton Capital Partners 3,143,857 4.83% Mike Ashley 3,000,000 4.61% Alexander Easdale* 2,942,957 4.52% Margarita Funds Holding Trust* 2,600,000 3.99% Richard Hughes 2,200,000 3.38%

* As announced on 22 November 2013, Alexander Easdale, in addition to the 2,942,957 Ordinary Shares held directly by him, has voting rights over 12,352,666 Ordinary Share (representing 18.98% of the issued share capital of the Company) pursuant to the terms of proxy agreements entered into with other shareholders, including Blue Pitch and Margarita, which remain in place until further notice. As a result, including the Ordinary Shares held directly by Mr Easdale, being 2,942,957 Ordinary Shares representing 4.52% of the issued share capital of the Company, Mr Easdale has voting rights over, in aggregate, 15,295,623 Ordinary Shares representing 23.50% of the issued share capital of the Company. As announced on 20 September 2013, while Blue Pitch and Margarita hold directly 4,000,000 Ordinary Shares and 2,600,000 Ordinary Shares respectively, they have disposed of the voting rights over such Ordinary Shares to Alexander Easdale pursuant to the terms of the proxy agreements.

Currently, 16.24%+ of the Company’s Ordinary Shares are not in public hands. The Ordinary Shares are freely transferable and no Ordinary Shares are held in treasury.

+ Does not include the 12,352,666 Ordinary Share (representing 18.98% of the issued share capital of the Company) which Alexander Easdale has voting rights over pursuant to the terms of proxy agreements entered into with other shareholders and as announced on 20 September 2013 and on 22 November 2013.

Take note that some shares have changed hands since this was reported.

65 million shares floated on the market.

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Can this 16.24% of share be bought by anyone?

Eg: can Dave King buy them, then the fans can proxy our 12% to DK giving him a controlling stake if he buys another 2% of shares?

The 16.24% of shares "not in public hands" are those held by Directors (including Directors that have resigned in the last 12 months) and other "related parties" as defined in AIM rules. They are not un-issued shares.

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The 16.24% of shares "not in public hands" are those held by Directors (including Directors that have resigned in the last 12 months) and other "related parties" as defined in AIM rules. They are not un-issued shares.

Are you sure about tcase

They should be listed in the the list of shareholders if that were the case?

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Are you sure about tcase

They should be listed in the the list of shareholders if that were the case?

They only need to be listed if the individual shareholder has more than 3%.

Thus, Sandy's own shareholding, which is listed, is included in the 16.24%, but the ones he has proxy over are not, because they are not 'related parties', even though, in the cases of BPH & Margarita, they have ove 3%.

The rules are here if you want to read them

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/companies-and-advisors/aim/advisers/rules/aim-rules-for-companies.pdf

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