17 May 2014

The Charles Green Road Show

by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor

We already know that certain shareholders are balking at accepting the UoF proposal to CEO Graham Wallace, but what about the moves of former CEO Charles Green?

The CRO has learned Chuck was seeking out new CEO candidates in the US not long ago, and failing that has turned to shedding the Easdales' shareholding to the highest bidder.

16 May 2014

Shareholders blocking potential peace deal?

by Alan Clark | Deputy Editor

Key shareholders in Rangers Football Club are blocking a potential compromise agreement between the board and umbrella supporters' group the Union of Fans, the CRO understands.

15 May 2014

Peace in our time?

by Garry Carmody | Contributor

In many aspects of life, the phrase, 'your own worst enemy' rings true in so many ways.

The ongoing saga at Rangers has this emblazoned over it with a branding iron. For once it isn't the SFA or the media that is the enemy in this - this is a Civil War on a level at which few other football situations could compare. Whether it be an ill-judged sound bite, or just one statement too many, droves of fans are quickly being pushed into an innate state of apathy.

09 May 2014

Ready To Listen - 15 of the best

Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace took to the club's official Twitter account today for a question and answer session with the supporters. We've picked out 15 of the best uses of the hashtag today...

08 May 2014

A summary of all things Rangers

by Scott Ferguson | Guest Contributor

Beware: sarcasm and fantasy to follow. (And no, it's not an official Rangers FC statement.)


There is so much going on at the moment that I thought it would be worthwhile summarising for those that may not be aware of all the happenings in the Rangers world.

02 May 2014

Dave King: Time to Step Up and Pay

by Andy McKellar | Contributor

It is fair to acknowledge that the Rangers rebuild has proved to be as farcical and shambolic as realistically imaginable. Labelling it a missed opportunity just doesn’t do justice to the levels of negligence, exploitation and incompetence that we’ve witnessed since the beginning of our lower league journey.

In an ideal world we would have used our demotion to learn from the mistakes of the past and to develop a business and football strategy into a model which would see our dominance of Scottish football return upon our promotion to the top-flight. But, alas, Rangers now operate under circumstances which are so imperfect that at times you find yourself wondering just how such chaos is possible.