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Board

Laura Fawkes

Laura is a life-long Rangers supporter and is a season ticket holder whose commitment to fan representation is build on the belief that the best people to protect and rebuild Rangers Football Club after the events of recent years are those who care most about it – the fans.

She has worked in social care and admin roles, and been an office bearer in local political and community groups. She first joined the Club 1872 board in 2016 after taking part in working groups prior to the first elections.

In her current role as a director, Laura is involved in admin support and comms. Laura is a Club 1872 spokesperson.

Euan MacFarlane

Euan has spent the last 11 years working for one the world’s leading multinational technology companies and currently work as a Global Project Manager for its Support Services portfolio. This role involves regularly sourcing and building strong and valuable relationships to deliver results.

He is also regularly leading coordination of events around the world including travel to key business partners and the design and delivery of new and innovative projects to grow new business.

With strong experience as a people manager and within global project management he is focused on transmitting those skills into ensuring Club 1872 is a success in the short term but also for generations to come. Euan is currently focused on designing and delivering a new short, medium and long term strategy for Club 1872 designed to encourage new members and investment into the club.

Stuart MacQuarrie

A lifelong Rangers supporter, Stuart has been been fortunate in that being a Minister he’s been able to get really close to the Club we love. Stuart has conducted many weddings of fans, funeral services of those who’ve worn the famous blue jersey and the Ibrox Disaster Commemoration Services, reminding us of the 66 who will never be forgotten.

His background is in public service and working with local communities as a Minister and for a time as a local councillor. So governance and accountability are very important to him, and the standards which Rangers represent as espoused by Bill Struth. Stuart sees Club 1872 as a critical friend, not afraid to question and raise issues and equally not afraid to celebrate the victories of our team and our Club.

 

Joanne Percival

Joanne Percival has been a Rangers Supporter and going to Ibrox for over 30 years.  She has worked within the private, charity and Civil Service during her career gaining experience in share dealing, customer care and administration. She has been involved in campaigning for greater fan involvement for over 15 years. This is her second year as a Club 1872 Director.

In addition to her Club 1872 duties, Joanne is also secretary of her RSC and travels home and away to watch Rangers. In her spare time Joanne has helped raise money for various charities, including Rangers Charity Foundation, Erskine Hospital and the Davie Cooper Centre.

Bruce Taylor

Bruce Taylor, now retired aged 62, spent 40 years in the motor industry travelling extensively in the UK and globally, working for large organisations. The last 10 years were spent in senior positions for Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover. Holding responsibility as the Senior Manager for After Market Logistics for the UK and Ireland for Nissan and Renault and for Global Logistics for JLR. He had responsibility for performance and for major investments, reporting to boards in Amsterdam and the UK.

Away from work, he is married with a daughter and son and lives in Evesham in Worcestershire. Bruce’s passion for Rangers reaches back to childhood. He has a large collection of Rangers memorabilia including many first edition books, match programmes, signed shirts etc.

Following the experiences of 2012, Bruce, like many others, wanted to be part of the recovery of Rangers Football Club to a position of eminence in Scotland and the world. He has contributed financially to fans groups since that time and owns shares in his own name. Bruce was part of a working group for Club 1872 prior to putting his name forward for the elections to the board and was delighted to be appointed in November 2017.

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