Rangers will take a formal step towards liquidation when Charles Green's offer to creditors is officially rejected at a meeting at Ibrox on Thursday.
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs has already confirmed it will oppose the Company Voluntary Arrangement proposal, ensuring it does not achieve the 75% backing required.
The vote on Thursday will give some of the unsecured creditors of the club, who are collectively owed at least £55m, the opportunity to question administrators and prospective owner Mr Green about the club’s situation.
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