It’s the day for which Rangers shareholders have been waiting.

The club will hold their Annual General Meeting this week and there is plenty to talk about, with supporters seething over the lack of a new manager.

The Ibrox side posted losses of £6.7million on the financial year ending June 30. The good news is the club finally escaped their retail deal with Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley but had to pay the unpopular businessman £3m to end the arrangement.

With boardroom and financial questions set to be a hot topic, there is likely to be some tough questions for chairman Dave King and Co to answer, with the hiring and firing of Pedro Caixinha high on the agenda.

Rangers directors take their places ahead of the 2016 AGM

Rangers were dumped out of Europa League qualifying by Luxembourg minnows Progres Niederkorn and have made a sluggish start to the Premiership season and results on the pitch will also be subject to scrutiny.

Record Sport Online is on hand with all you need know.

The board are set to come under scrutiny in Thursday’s AGM

When is the Rangers AGM?

Rangers’ AGM for 2017 will take place on Thursday, November 30. It gives supporters of the club an opportunity to vote for resolutions either in person or by proxy.

Where will the AGM take place?

Rangers shareholders arrive at the Clyde Auditorium for the club's 2016 AGM
The AGM is set for Thursday

It’s back to the Clyde Auditorium for the Rangers shareholders with a start time of 10am. Fans have been urged to get their early and arrive half an hour…

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