The call comes in the wake of ex Rangers director Dave King suggesting it was "quite possible that Charles Green is still de facto controlling the club".
chief executive Charles Green is still involved with club
Green stepped down as Light Blues chief executive last April after it was alleged he had links to disgraced former owner Craig Whyte. Green was later cleared by an independent commission.
"It is entirely unclear who now holds the balance of Mr Green's shares and if indeed they have even moved out of his control."
The South Africa based businessman plans to travel to Scotland to step up his bid for Air Max For Men Red boardroom change after his attempts to invest in the club were rebuffed.
In a statement, the Union of Fans group said: "We welcome the fact that Dave King has committed to travelling to the UK.
"What amazes me is that professional observers might be tempted to fall for such blatant negative propaganda.
7.68 per cent stake in the club after he left a second time.
It was announced that Green would sell his stake to investors Sandy Easdale and Laxey Partners.
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The 60 year old returned as a paid consultant only to have his contract terminated after just 18 days.
"We are aware that some of those shares are now in the hands of Laxey.
But no record of such a share trade exists. Also, the Easdales do not appear to have increased their notifiable interest in the company according to the most up to date information available.
"We very much look forward to meeting him in the near future to push things forward.
The group has demanded sight of the club's register of shareholders.
fear that Charles Green and the people he represents are still de facto in control of our club.
But the fans say they have no record of the Easdale trade ever taking place.
"Look at the anti Rangers record of certain bloggers and ask yourself why they would put out damaging misinformation such as this.
Club spokesman Jack Irvine said: "There is an agenda driven campaign under way to destabilise Rangers.
Questions were also raised over the leadership of current chief executive Graham Wallace following news last week of a 1.5m loan from hedge fund Laxey Partners and football board chairman Easdale.
"It was also widely publicised that Green had proxied his shares to the Easdales and struck an agreement to sell those shares to the Easdales in December 2013.
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"We would like this board to explain just what has happened to the five million shares Charles Green awarded himself at one penny each and which constituted a 7.68 per cent stake in Rangers.
"Once again, we simply ask this board to answer the perfectly reasonable questions they are being asked and to not just speak about transparency but actually provide it."
Meanwhile, Rangers have dismissed internet rumours that the club will enter administration for a second time on Wednesday.
"There is no meeting tomorrow at Ibrox, the CEO is getting on with the rebuilding of this great club and will not be deflected by this vicious campaign.
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RANGERS' main fan groups last night demanded the Ibrox board come clean on whether former chief executive Charles Green is still involved with the club.
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