Published Wednesday, 13 June 2012
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Rangers will have to reform as a new company as a result of the decision, with no guarantee of entry to the SPL and a three-year bar from European football.
"We need to make sure that fans - the ordinary people who keep the club going week in, week out - are actually involved in making decisions about the direction in which it goes," MP Ian Davidson told BBC Radio Scotland.
"I think it's important the voice of the fans is heard, because the income from the fans is what makes the club either viable or not viable.
"They will obviously want to have a view on whether or not voluntarily going down to the third division, striking compromises to stay in the Premier League, or indeed seeking to enter another division, a more prosperous division in England, is the sort of path they want to have followed."
He also expressed concern for non-football employees of the club and about the impact that could be felt by local businesses who enjoy match-day boosts to revenue.
Charles Green, who's leading the Sevco consortium seeking to acquire the club, is continuing his talks on the future of Rangers with Scottish football authorities.
"We are still negotiating with the SFA and SPL to reach an amicable conclusion to the benefit of Scottish football," he told reporters outside Ibrox on Wednesday.
"We need to carry on talking sensibly and get something that works for everyone."
The SPL has so far refused to comment on the issue - its board is due to meet on Monday.