Sevco Scotland will continue attempts to assume Rangers' membership of the Scottish Football Association following talks yesterday.
Three members of Sevco -- Malcolm Murray, Imran Ahmed and Brian Stockbridge -- met SFA officials while chief executive Charles Green set off for meetings with Uefa in a bid to ease the burden of demands to repay about £3m of football debts.
Sevco are looking to persuade the SFA to shelve a transfer ban but they were also asked to provide more details on the identity and propriety of their investors and directors.
The SFA received an information pack from Sevco on June 29, seven days after the company submitted a letter of application to take the place of Rangers after buying the stricken club's assets for £5.5m. But they are still looking for answers.