Since the day it was born, Sevco, the bastard child of Rangers has had a precarious existence.

It was created from the body parts of a cheating club, and like a Frankenstein creature has lived in a world of it’s own, with scant regard for anyone or anything, operating a hand t mouth existence.

In all honesty. it’s been a blight on Scottish Football from the outset.

But that may be about to change, and for the good of the game, with the famous ‘walking away’ a theme that’s been mooted by the Ibrox outfit from the beginning, about the haunt them.

Except, the mantra of NOT walking away, so often used by the failed fat Ally McCoist, doesn’t wear in reality. And here’s why…

Last night three directors of TRFC resigned, Graeme Park, John Gilligan and the wonderfully quiffed Paul Murray, leaving chairman just Stewart Robertson, Andrew Dickson and James Blair as directors.

Their ‘walking away’ comes only a week after the notorious Club 1872 also lost three directors, with the man of many hats, James Blair, still in place on the board. How many ‘jobs’ does this guy have?

All of this upheaval comes in the same week as the lying Messiah jets to from South Africa to meet Pedro, his new manager, and dish out more fantasies to the ever loving media.

The Sevco website described last night’s resignations a restructuring and perfectly normal, as if anything that goes on at the Crumbledome is normal!

Proof of an impending disaster was confirmed when the former 48 hour racist director Chris Graham backed the moves.

Time to stock up on the ice cream and jelly again….