RANGERS can confirm five members of staff attended today’s SFA summit including our captain, James Tavernier.
We were pleased to proactively engage with other clubs and the SFA on this important issue.
Rangers captain, James Tavernier commented: “This was a very useful exercise and it was pleasing to be able to air my views to the rest of the clubs in the SPFL as well as the SFA.
“Every black player in our squad had been the victim of racist abuse this season, either online or in the case of Glen Kamara, on the field of play. This is unacceptable and must stop.
“It is vital that football authorities, clubs, government bodies and social media companies work together to educate and empower to ultimately, eradicate hatred from our game and society in general.
“We are keen to continue to engage but highlighted that we need to see clear outcomes from discussions rather than simply ticking a box.”