There’s a growing section of supporters very quickly losing patience with the directors and their running of the club since sweeping to power in 2015. Despite heavily spending on reinforcements in the summer, Rangers are still miles off Celtic and could end up 12 points behind Aberdeen by Sunday night.
The humiliating European exit to Progres Niederkorn is still fresh in the memory too and the club seems to be without any sort of leadership whatsoever as they lurch from one shambles to another.
After sweeping to power in 2015, King and the Three Bears haven’t fulfilled many – if any – of the claims they made as they were trying to oust the previous board.
While King has undoubtedly put money into the club, it seems nowhere near the £30-50million he previously mentioned. With Celtic looking almost certain to win a seventh title on the bounce this season, King needs to get a move on if Rangers are to stop their Old Firm rivals doing 10-in-a-row.
The ongoing search for a long-term replacement for Pedro Caixinha is almost certain to be one area that the board will be pushed on to provide an update on what is going on more than a month after getting rid of the 47-year-old and while we aren’t expecting the club to release a statement saying they are interested in McInnes or McLeish or whoever else, the fact that more than a month on the club still haven’t moved forward any considerable step needs…