The true extent of Rangers financial plight was laid bare by club administrators Duff and Phelps in April when they published a full list of the club's creditors.
The document made it clear that 276 individuals or firms were owed a total of £134m by the stricken Ibrox giants.
Creditors as diverse as rival football clubs owed outstanding transfer fees,caterers waiting for cash for half-time pies, to even the Scottish Ambulance Service for providing essential medical cover at games, were all listed in the document.
From that list, which contained the amounts and addresses of every creditor across the globe, STV created a map to highlight the extent and spread of Rangers financial woes.
The map below was published on April 5. Since then many of the smaller creditors mentioned have been paid by Rangers fans, while more unsecured creditors have come to light. The most up-to-date list of creditors is available on the Rangers website
To use the map below simply zoom in or out using the bar on the left-hand side. Click on the coloured dots to see the full details of who was owed what.
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