Clear lines of communication are important in any successful organisation.
It is common sense that information flows smoothly and in the correct direction.
Therefore I was surprised to learn that there is now very little communication between Mr David Cunningham King, the chairman of Rangers International football Club (RIFC) and his other Blue Room colleagues.
I understand that recently there have been no meaningful communications from the Chairman across the sea and his colleague Paul Murray or the ‘Three Bears’.
However, I am told that the new Sevco chief executive Stewart Robertson IS in regular contact with Mr David Cunningham King.
This information was offered to me within a narrative of a breakdown in relationships rather than just a reordering of internal lines of communications at RIFC.
The sceal was brought to me by the source who had initially informed me that the South African based entrepreneur had met with Mr Mike Ashley in London on Friday June 12th.
Of course that story was initially denied via several obedient shills in social media.
Subsequently, I have to grade this information as being possibly very well founded.
Meanwhile, the business of football continues and no doubt The People are hugely excited about the quality of the squad being assembled by Mr Warburton.
There is clear evidence now of the ‘over investment’ that the RIFC Chairman had mentioned last month.
I have to admit that I was sceptical when Mr David Cunningham King stated this at a presser in Glasgow.
All that now remains to happen is for the highly respected South African based businessman to invest the £20m that he has promised to put into the new entity.
Meanwhile the Holding Company Vehicle is being meticulously prepared for the football season ahead.
Their preparations, according to the new manager, include a cup tie at Easter Road against Hibernian.
For anyone else this is a competitive winner takes all fixture in the coveted Petrofac Training Cup, but for Mr Warburton is just part of pre-season training.
As well as this singular approach to team preparation the ex-Brentford supremo continues to be able to unearth world class players from the less loved parishes of English football.
Moreover, he seems to be able to do this without the unnecessary extravagance of a large transfer budget.
With only 18 months of managerial experience under his belt this is a highly impressive start by Mr Warburton.
If football is part of the entertainment industry then I think the New Regime at Sevco will play their part in the showbiz season ahead.
I hope I have communicated that effectively to you dear reader.