Rangers will offer incentives worth HK$3 million to reward players if they can win all four major domestic titles next season. The bonanza is much more than the HK$2 million bonus Sun Hei gave their players when they swept the board in 2004-05. Even if they fail to win all four competitions, the players can still pocket rolling bonuses for each trophy that they do win. 'Chairman Carson Yeung Ka-sing has promised to give HK$200,000 for the Senior Shield, HK$400,000 for the League Cup, HK$800,000 for the FA Cup and HK$1.6 million for the First Division league title,' said team manager Philip Lee Fai-lap. Winning all four titles is a rare accomplishment. Before Sun Hei achieved the feat last season, one has to go back to 1990-91 when South China dominated the domestic trophies. 'We have an exciting, young team, and that is positive,' newly appointed coach Tim Bredbury said. 'We have a lot of potential, and as long as everyone is 100 per cent committed, I am confident of having a good season.' The former Hong Kong international has taken on his first coaching job in the Hong Kong First Division, replacing Fan Zhiyi, who has returned to China after a disappointing spell as player-coach. Apart from appointing a new coach and offering bonuses, the club also signed Xavier Alexandro from Brazil to strengthen their midfield. The 29-year-old played in Brazil's regional league and was with Brasil de Pelotas before coming to Hong Kong. The club are looking for one or two more players from Brazil or Australia to strengthen their midfield. 'Our target is to make sure there are enough good players up front, in midfield and at the back,' Lee said. 'We have already seen a few candidates.' However, Bredbury said the young team needed more experience. 'In the first half of last season, the team were sitting in first place but they couldn't keep the momentum.' Before the season starts, Rangers will head to Thailand for training and friendly matches.