By Mike Slater

1st Aug, 2022 | 10:45am

Rangers have updated their Companies House documents on Monday morning [01 August 2022] as change arises at Ibrox once again.

The Bears have confirmed the appointment of George Taylor as a new director with the club, which happened last Tuesday [26 July] officially.

Taylor is now described on the documents as “a person with significant control” as the new Scottish Premiership season got underway over the weekend.

Rangers confirmed the appointment on the Companies House website, their first change since the release of more shares back in February 2022.

The Daily Record has shared the news already, sharing that Taylor is one-third of the Three Bears consortium alongside current chairman Douglas Park and director George Letham, with this document now making it official.

Changes.

Rangers will be making big changes behind the scenes in most years, but this one appears to have gone under the radar over the past week at Ibrox.

Taylor having significant control would lead many to believe that he will have a big role as director in terms of decision-making and day-to-day runnings at the club.

These are the people that make the club tick and who we don’t usually see, so hopefully, he can continue the good work going on every single day in Govan.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst and the squad will pay little attention to that though and will have all eyes on the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

After the 2-1 win at Livingston over the weekend, travelling to Belgium and beating Royale Union Saint Gilloise will make it the perfect first week for Taylor.

It will be interesting to see if any more appointments follow with numerous changes in staff already this summer.

In other Rangers news, Ross Wilson now has names lined up just in case Alfredo Morelos seals his exit this summer