TROUBLED Rangers settled down yesterday after four of their five expatriate players were registered at the Hong Kong Football Association and Welsh goalkeeper Mark Walton was released. Striker Gary Bannister, centre forward Marko Perinovic, midfielder Mark Blake and defender Steve O'Shaughnessy - all still on trial - are eligible to show their talents in the seven-a-side President's Cup, which starts tomorrow at Mongkok Stadium. The five foreigners - including the released Walton - received warning letters from the management yesterday morning that they had to fulfil their contracts or they had to settle their expenses with the club, including a trip to Shanghai. But Walton insisted on leaving the territory and the club promised him three weeks' salary and an air ticket back to England today. Team manager Phillip Lee said the management would consider improving the players' welfare, including accommodating them in rented apartments at Discovery Bay, if they are retained after their short-term contracts end. Lee said chairman Lam Tai-fai would decide whether or not to keep the remaining British players after the President's Cup while Perinovic's contract ends at the end of October. Former Sing Tao 'keeper Peter Guthrie and Australian Tommy Maras, who had a short spell with Happy Valley last season, are on top of Rangers' shopping list. Meanwhile, Kitchee's new player Sean Lahiff - the Best 'keeper of last season's Australian National League - arrived yesterday evening. The 25-year-old's last club was Warringah Dolphins.