A former youth footballer who says he was sexually abused by a Rangers coach has been told by the club he should pursue his complaint with liquidators.
The man claims he was abused within the Ibrox stadium by Gordon Neely who was head of youth development in the 1980s.
But the alleged victim has been told by lawyers for Rangers that the duty of care is not with the current owners.
They said that when the abuse took placeRangers were owned by a different company which was now in liquidation .
The man, who is in his 40s, was offered help in accessing counselling services, but