That was the week that was for Duff and Phelps.
In just seven days Duff and Phelps managed to alienate the BBC, FIFA, UEFA ,the SFA and the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
It just couldn’t get worse; or could it?
I am sure that Strathclyde’s finest ringing the front door of the Big Hoose to speak to Paul Clark and David Grier about their role over the last few months could well make it a lot worse.
A defining moment?
Well, I think they would have to step aside if the police were formally involved.
The plight of Rangers has been debated in clubs and bars throughout the world, but I am told their financial predicament and their questionable tax strategies have reached the ears of the powers that be at UNICEF.
Their worry is that the global children’s charity may have accepted tainted money from the disgraced club.
When SPL gather this week to decide, (no laughing at the back there) expect newly promoted Ross County to have more insight into the Rangers EBT scandal than most.
George Adams, now Director of football at Victoria Park, was given the sum of £30,000 through an EBT when he was Rangers head of youth development.
I am sure his input to the decision making process will be very valuable.