The Rangers Supporters Trust has welcomed the news that Charles Green is no longer employed as a consultant with the club.
In a statement to the London Stock Exchange, the Glasgow side confirmed the agreement with Green had been terminated with immediate effect and with the unanimous backing of all directors following a board meeting on Tuesday.
Green resigned as chief executive in April but returned to Rangers in the paid consultancy role earlier this month.
On Monday, the three main Rangers supporters groups - The Rangers Supporters Assembly, The Rangers Supporters Association and The Rangers Supporters Trust - issued a joint statement telling the current board that they wanted Green out.
On Green’s departure, RST spokesman Mark Dingwall said: “I think it was entirely the right decision.
“I think his position became untenable through his own behaviour, including his statements to the Press.
“I don’t think there was really much option but for him to go.
“There is no doubt that he still retains his admirers but I have to say that I genuinely believe the groundswell against him remaining was absolutely massive.
“It just became untenable for him to remain.”
Green has promised Rangers investor Sandy Easdale first refusal on the 7.7 per cent stake in the club he currently owns, although he will not be allowed to sell his shares until December under Stock Exchange rules.
Dingwall added: “I’m sure until he sells up his shares and writes his book, we haven’t heard the last of Charles Green.
“But as far as normal involvement in the club, let’s see if we can draw a line under this chapter.”