Former Sevco director Chris Graham has been slapped down in a twitter row by Tom English.
Shortly after Dave King swept to power in 2015 fans’ favourite Graham was elected onto the board as a non-executive director (NED).
Unfortunately within 48 hours of getting fitted out for a blazer a number of his tweets were causing a storm on social media forcing him to walk away from his blazer.
Despite that embarrassment Graham has been given a behind the scenes job in the Ibrox PR exercise and is believed to have scripted many of the club statements.
The departure of Mark Warburton has allowed all sorts of anger to spill out among the people.
It’s been everyone else’s fault for the company’s disastrous season with 24 months and £18m unable to make any impact on Celtic’s supremacy.
— Tom English (@BBCTomEnglish) February 15, 2017
Incredible discussions have taken place about future management teams with names such as Frank de Boer and Garry Monk being discussed in serious terms!
English’s crime seems to be dismissing those sort of names and highlighting the fact that the club’s finances would struggle to meet the salary demands of Jimmy Calderwood and Jimmy Nicol.
That sort of talk is frowned upon as the Ibrox club attempt to dupe their supporters into shelling out for season tickets.
With no Magic Hat, Joey Barton or #goingfor55 to promote it’s all important to get everyone on message while Graeme Murty settles himself in for the long haul.