PROMOTED Rangers have signed two foreign players as they seek to re-establish themselves as one of the territory's biggest clubs. Rangers, up from the Second Division as runners-up to Club, were synonymous with success in Hongkong during the 60s and 70s but went into a steady decline, culminating in a humiliating three-year period which included their worst-ever season. That came inthe Second Division two years ago when they finished last after conceding 152 goals and scoring only six in 18 league games. The recovery is set to be completed following the signings of Instant-Dict defender Trevor Quow and Scottish midfielder Duncan Campbell of Scottish Premier Division side Dundee. He has signed a one-year contract drawn up by Rangers' founder Ian Petrie wholives in Scotland and is scouting there for talent. Rangers' manager Philip Lee Fai-lap said the club were still looking for a midfielder, a central defender and a goalkeeper. ''At the moment we are still having negotiations with John Walker of Glasgow Rangers' third team and there is also a strong possibility that we will sign Motherwell's goalkeeper James Picken. James is keen to come here although his father is against it,''said Lee. Six-foot two-inch Campbell normally plays midfield but Lee said the Scot is just effective as a striker. ''I'll be leaving for the UK on July 3 on a holiday with my family and I'll take the opportunity to have a look at the players then,'' said Lee. Meanwhile, 1989 league champions Happy Valley, who narrowly escaped relegation this season, have offered new contracts to two of their star foreign players who have completely swung the club's fortunes. Happy Valley looked destined for relegation in April after 10 defeats and only one win in 14 games. But the arrival of Kris Trajanovski and David Clarkson in April transformed their season and Valley won five and drew two of their last eight matches to beat the drop. This season's drawn out league campaign continued last night with Kitchee's Chung Chun-hung scoring the only goal against second-placed Instant-Dict at Mongkok Stadium. Chung pounced on a rebound in the 58th minute after Yeung Hai-chi's initial shot had struck defender Leung Kin-bon to give his side full points. Kitchee have leapfrogged Ernest Borel to occupy sixth place with one game left in their campaign. Instant-Dict remain in second place but could be overhauled by South China who have a game left and are three points behind.