Rangers manager Ally McCoist has defended the club's decision to book his squad into a four-star hotel before their win at Forfar.
The players stayed at the Carnoustie Hotel before Monday's League One game at Station Park.
"I can understand people questioning it," said the Rangers boss, whose club reported losses of £14.4m for the 13 months to July.
"But it's my job to give our players the best opportunity to perform."
It is understood that Mr McCoist sanctioned the hotel stay since economies made elsewhere in the club's operating budget mean that player journey times to away games are significantly longer than previously:
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