ALLY McCOIST'S contribution to Rangers as a player was phenomenal and he is now aiming to replicate that as manager.
KENNY McDowall has taken the unlikeliest of routes to Rangers - spending a decade at Old Firm rivals Celtic on the way.
DURRANT was viewed as one of the most talented players of his generation when he first broke into the Rangers team as a teenager in 1985.
AS Rangers' head of football administration, Andrew Dickson is a key member of the executive team on the business side of the club.
A FINE goalkeeper before he retired, Stewart is an ex-Ranger now back at the club teaching his trade to others.
ONE of the most engaging characters at the club, Paul Jackson has been with Rangers since the 1997/98 season.
LAVERY, known to the players and backroom staff as Disco, has taken a fairly unconventional path to Rangers.
THERE are few figures more established at Ibrox and Murray Park than kit controller Jimmy Bell. Put simply, he is part of the furniture at Rangers.
HAILING from the Bridge of Don area in Aberdeen, Steve Harvey is Rangers' team analyst.