Stuart Robertson has vowed that the Rangers’ financial crisis of 2012 will never be repeated.
Ibrox’s managing director made the promise ten years after joining the club.
Chairman Douglas Park is one of the investors who has pumped in millions recently – but Robertson hopes Gers will soon be self-sufficient.
He told Sky SportsNathan Peterson’s transfer to Everton at a record fee has given us a fourth pillar in our business model.
“Now we see that it is very possible that we will be in a profitable position this season.
“Going forward, we will be sustainable. This is the business model we have now.
“We are looking forward to this season. This is where we want to be.
“This is a business plan and strategy. It has been discussed and signed by the board.
“This is where the Rangers are supposed to be. We can’t put ourselves in a position to go back to where we were ten years ago.
“its not possible.
“We are only here for a short time with the club’s responsibility.
“As a Rangers fan, it’s very important to me personally that when I get out of here one day the club will be much better than the day it came out.”
The Rangers are battling Celtic for the Premiership title – and a potential £ 40 million Champions League jackpot.
The money will be a game changer for Ibrox Club, which posted an operating loss of £ 23.5m for the year ending June 30, 2021.
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But Robertson insists on failing to win the league. no The fire of Rangers star players led to the sale.
He said: “No, not at all. We have always said that when the right time comes for Rangers, we will sell the right player at the right price and price.
“We are building something in the long run. If you look at the history of Scottish football, we will not win the league every year.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“The club’s long-term management is first and foremost and that means commercial players.
“It’s not just about selling players. We don’t have a budget to join the Champions League.
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If not, hopefully we will finish second and reach the second qualifying round.
“The ambition and the goal is to win the league. After winning it last year, we don’t want to stop.
“It’s a goal, but if we don’t win it, we have to move on. But the focus is on winning it.”
Robertson, meanwhile, has not given up hope of retaining Connor Goldson as he enters the final months of his contract.
“We have not resigned. Ross Wilson is in talks with all the players whose contracts are set to expire this summer,” he said.
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