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DAVE KING believes Rangers are within ‘tangible reach’ of becoming a dominant domestic force in Scottish football once again.

The Light Blues have launched their season ticket renewals for next season as Steven Gerrard prepares for his second campaign at Ibrox.

He will do so having failed to deliver any silverware this term after his side lost to Aberdeen in the Betfred Cup and Scottish Cup. Rangers are 11 points adrift of Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Premiership and Neil Lennon will clinch an eighth successive title in the coming weeks.

Dave King and Steven Gerrard

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Ibrox chairman King is confident the Gers are on the right track, however, as he prepares to sanction another summer of investment to increase the strength and depth of Gerrard’s ranks.

Writing in his letter to supporters, King said: “I begin by again offering my most sincere thanks to each and every Rangers supporter for the continued commitment and understanding that you have shown throughout the recent rebuilding of our Club.

“It was never going to be easy and it is extremely gratifying to have witnessed the progress that has been made over the last year. We are now within tangible reach of Rangers becoming the dominant force in Scottish football again.

“Much of the progress on the pitch can be attributed to Mark Allen, Steven Gerrard and their

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