I am told that a high-Level invoice was dropped on the Sevco High Command on Monday.
Moreover, it was accompanied by a rather caustic covering letter.
What was surprising was that it was not sent directly to Mr David Cunningham King as I’m told that he usually deals with those important missives.
However, it would appear he has been rather difficult to contact of late.
I do hope that he is ok.
Now in an entirely coincidental development this week it would appear that some award winning chaps have decided to voice their concerns about the bona fides of the South African based entrepreneur.
One Ibrox insider opined to me that a ‘carrot and stick approach’ was now being deployed by people who operate at a certain Level.
That was his considered opinion on the matter.
I, on the other hand, couldn’t possibly comment.
The players arriving on loan continue to be bigged up as audacious captures while the Chairman was being simultaneously called out for the size of his overinvestment.
I understand that another substantial injection of cash will be needed rather soon at the Holding Company Vehicle.
If this does not happen then, it could cause a serious malfunction in the Engine Room Subsidiary.
The year-end accounts of Rangers International Football Club (RIFC) had a “reasonable expectation” that everything in the Sevco garden would be rosy.
However, that did not factor in the debacle over Monsieur Barton and the real contingent liability of the Ashley court case in March of this year.
The accounts said no more than £1m.
In actual fact should General Ashley prevail then the bad news is likely to be at least five times that amount.
Meanwhile, the only person at Sevco with actual previous experience of running a professional football club is doing his best while, perhaps, eyeing the door.