Have you ever wished that you were better informed?
I have noted with some interest that five days after breaking the original story of the Ashley King meet, that there has not been a hint of a denial from the club.
Then two days ago I revealed more of the import of that meeting.
The comments into the back of my site from The People would indicate that they do not believe this story and, of course, that is their right.
That said they once did scoff at the notion that Mr. Craig Whyte was not a billionaire.
It is also true that, in late 2011, The People derided the reporting on here that Rangers (1872) would suffer an insolvency event during that season.
I think it is fair to say that the home crowd at Ibrox still have a great deal of faith in the current chairman of Rangers International Football Club (RIFC) to lead them onwards and upwards.
They see Real Rangers Men in charge of their beloved club and, crucially, these fine chaps are all pulling in the same direction.
Of course, that means that everyone is in the loop and on the same page.
However, it is the settled view of the Ashley camp that Mr. David Cunningham King was on something of a solo run when he met with the Sports Direct billionaire on June 12th.
Of course, they might be wrong in believing that, but I think that it is fair to say that this is what they currently consider to be the reality of the situation.
The Ashley folk believe that Mr. Paul Murray and the Two Bears thought that the RIFC Chairman was in London to meet with the ISDX people.
Subsequently, they believe that the RIFC hierarchy was as shocked as The People to read my story ; as Paul Murray et al had no idea that Mr. David Cunningham King was meeting with big Mike and his people.
Of course there is nothing stopping any stenographer, who has recently developed a furtive addiction to Brave Pills, from contacting the ISDX people and asking them.
That process is called ‘journalism.’
Once more, and for the avoidance of doubt, the Ashley folk might have this one all wrong.
Perhaps Mr. Murray and the rest of the New Regime knew all about this sit-down after all.
I suppose we would all like to be better informed as to what the RIFC folk think about Mr. King meeting Mr. Ashley in London on June 12th because he certainly did meet him.