The statement read: 'Many Rangers fans believe there are those within the BBC determined to damage this Club and inaccurate, shoddy reporting which ignores their own Trust’s guidelines does nothing to dispel the notion that some journalists are unwilling to accept this Club is on the road to full recovery'.
The full statement can be read on the club’s website.
Lee Wallace thinks ex-Hearts defender Marius Zaliukas would be a great signing for Rangers if he decided to join the club according to the Daily Record.
Boss Ally McCoist is keen to land the Greek defender and Wallace thinks it’s just the kind of signing the club need to make.
'He’ll be great. I’ve obviously spoken to the manager a couple of times earlier in the season and Marius was in training last week. I caught him just at the end of the international break.
'The manager knew about him and we’ve spoken about him and I told him that I’ve played with him for a number of years at Hearts and he’s clocked up a big amount of appearances'.
He said: 'I think the new players will improve as they get more games under their belts. They have spent a long time out of action.
'Obviously, their fitness levels won’t be as high as the boys who have been playing in the side regularly since the start of the new season'.
Regan also said that he was satisfied with the regulations that are currently in place.
He said: 'It was disappointing to hear comments that players didn’t know the rules because the rules haven’t changed for years now'.
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