WITH the 2019 women’s season coming to an end the evolution of the Rangers Women’s squad will now take place over the winter break.
As part of the significant investment from the board a number of new players will be recruited as Rangers strive to become the leaders in the women’s game in Scotland. A number of our existing players will depart and continue their careers away from Rangers.
Rangers would like to place on record the club’s sincere thanks to all of the players who have served the club with distinction and wish them well in their future career.
While the evolution of the squad is an exciting time and significant moment for the club we realise it will be challenging for some of those who are moving on. The club will offer to work closely with all of those players wishing to be supported to help find a new club
Women’s and Girl’s Football Manager, Amy McDonald commented: “This time of year is always one filled with excitement and sadness as we see new arrivals and unfortunately some departures.
“Through football, friendships and bonds are established which can make the challenge of leaving a club a difficult one.
“All of the staff in the Women’s and Girls’ team will now work tirelessly to ensure that, in keeping with the respectful way this club prides itself in behaving, that the players are looked after and positive outcomes are found for as many of them as possible.
“On behalf of the club I would like to thank the players for their dedication and effort and wish them well for their futures in the game.”
The new SWPL season begins in February, with players returning for pre-season in January.