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Former Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra has joined Major League Soccer's Chivas USA.
Rangers have parted company with defenders Carlos Bocanegra and Dorin Goian after their contracts were mutually ended.
International defenders Dorin Goian and Carlos Bocanegra both look set to quit Rangers this summer.
Carlos Bocanegra has left Rangers for Spanish side Racing Santander on loan until the end of the season.
Ally McCoist has confirmed that Kirk Broadfoot will be allowed to leave Rangers but he is hopeful Carlos Bocanegra will stay at the club.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has reluctantly accepted that Maurice Edu and Alejandro Bedoya are on their way out of the club.
Ally McCoist is still hopeful of bringing Craig Beattie into his Rangers squad and expects discussions to be brought to a close on Wednesday.
Lee McCulloch called on the remaining Rangers players to join him in pledging their future to the club and not join the exodus from Ibrox.
Ally McCoist admits Alejandro Bedoya is heading out of Rangers and concedes that he faces a tough task keeping other big names at the club.
American defender Carlos Bocangera admits he is yet to decide whether to remain with Rangers.
Carlos Bocanegra will return to Scotland on Friday for pre-season training, but admits he is unsure whether he will be turning out for Rangers in 2012/13.
Carlos Bocanegra has made it clear that he would like to commit his future to Rangers but he will first wait to discover the club's fate.
Carlos Bocanegra is committed to Rangers but has warned the troubled club he will not take another pay cut.
Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu believes the club should keep hold of compatriots Carlos Bocanegra and Alejandro Bedoya.
Carlos Bocanegra wants to remain at Rangers despite enduring a turbulent first season at Ibrox.
Carlos Bocanegra believes Rangers are too big a club to go out of business, despite their debt crisis.
Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra has no regrets about joining the club despite the financial crisis engulfing the SPL giants.
Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra is looking to give the club's fans something positive to cheer against Kilmarnock.
Rangers expect Kyle Lafferty to face Dunfermline in some capacity if he proves his fitness after a scan eased fears over his back injury.
Carlos Bocanegra has embraced the pressures of being a Rangers player and claims to be relishing the constant demand for success.
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