Rangers supporters this afternoon held aloft banners and flyers protesting against managing director Stewart Robertson and sporting director Ross Wilson.

Flyers showing the Ibrox pair with their faces crossed out were laid at the seats of supporters in the away allocation at Fir Park.

Supporters displayed the signs ahead of the Scottish Premiership match against Motherwell alongside a huge banner with the words 'Time for change'.

The flyers featured the same caption.

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A banner with a similar design was draped at Ibrox during the match against Kilmarnock and at the away end at Easter Road in the win over Hibs.

It comes after fans called for change in the Ibrox hierarchy slamming the board for 'taking your eye off the ball'.

Finishing with the same 'Time for change' plea, supporters held aloft a banner citing the 55 league titles won by the club in the same week reports referenced Celtic's closing in on the trophy haul.

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The display read: "After fifty-five titles you took your eye off the ball. Time for change."

Last week, supporter groups the Union Bears boycotted the match against Raith Rovers having been prevented from taking a banner into the match.

Security staff stopped a banner depicting a police officer as a pig being allowed into the stadium.

The highly offensive banner showed a police officer mocked up as a pig alongside a ‘1 3 1 2’ - an alternative to ACAB - slogan.

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