I posted not long ago about the reaction of Rangers’ manager Ally McCoist to the defeat by Forfar.
In that piece I complimented Rangers for its open-ness in publishing Mr McCoist’s severe criticisms of Charles Green, blaming him for the loss today. I suggested that it would be “Pravda-esque” for the official site to ignore what Mr McCoist had said publicly in his press conference.
The story on the Rangers website was posted under the heading “Contempt for our Club”.
I also made the wry analogy with a revolution where the rebels take over the TV station to put across their message. I think that the Ibrox computers might have been seized by rebel forces! Continue reading
Rangers Chief Executive Craig Mather issued the statement below today via the Rangers official website. At first I thought that it hardly needed any comment, but why change the habits of a life time! 🙂
I will keep my thoughts brief however. They are in bold beneath Mr Mather’s comments.
He said: “Rangers Football Club is a 141-year-old institution built for success and along with the Board of Directors, I am determined to conduct business with honour, dignity and integrity. The men who created this great club would expect no less.
Honour? Dignity? Integrity?
Excellent! If Mr Mather can conduct his business with all of those, then well done to him!
And anyone who says that would be a first for Rangers should hang their heads in shame … Continue reading
After yesterday’s fun I wondered how long it would take before Mr Green started straight-talking.
There was not long to wait.
Today’s Scotsman reported the following from the Sun:-
Charles Green has fired his first shot in the civil war at Ibrox. The Yorkshireman, speaking to the Sun said that Ally McCoist must win the league and the cup this year.
Green said: “He (McCoist) knows he has to win the league, but in my opinion, has to win the cup as well. Continue reading