Rangers manager Ally McCoist has refused to comment on why chief scout Neill Murray has been suspended from the club.
The Scottish Football League has told the Scottish Premier League it wants plans for a radical revamp of Scottish football to be put on hold for a year.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green has vowed to take the club into the English league set-up within the next five years and he expects Old Firm rivals Celtic to follow his lead.
Rangers have suspended striker Fran Sandaza after comments he made in a hoax telephone call.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has called for the club to be promoted to Scotland's second tier should the proposed 12-12-18 league format be implemented.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green believes the club should be promoted to the First Division if league reform is decided upon before the start of next season.
Rangers fans could boycott away games next season if the Scottish Football League votes for a restructuring that would see them staying in Scottish Division Three, a supporters chief has warned.
Former Rangers chairman Sir David Murray has released a statement reacting to the Scottish Premier League-appointed commission's decision to find oldco Rangers guilty of making undisclosed payments to players and fining them £250,000. Here is the full text of the statement:
Rangers will not be stripped of any of their league titles following an investigation into alleged undisclosed payments to players, but the 'oldco' club has been fined £250,000 for financial irregularities.
The Scottish Premier League commission appointed to rule on alleged undisclosed payments to Rangers players will announce its findings on Thursday.