I liken the current situation to that of any business that is recovering from years of neglect, it will take time to re-structure and re-build. We aren't looking at a situation where it just needs money thrown at it, the entire fabric of our club was torn apart and at this time its more important that the foundations are repaired first. I fear the neglect and damage is far worse than it appears on the outside and we are in for a few turbulent years until we get back where we need to be both financially and structurally. Is Dave King the guy to do that - i don't know. The fact is he was clever enough to out manoeuvre those who had control of Rangers and hopefully halted the blatant rape of our club. Im for cutting the current board some slack for a couple of more years until we can see the long term strategy start to take shape and we have had time to witness another couple of annual reports. Lets look at the big picture, what he inherited was rotten to the core and to be expected to rebuild everything overnight is unfair, we have a club and team that needs to be rebuilt. At this point he hasn't done anything that has been a master stroke, he hasn't spent the money he said he would, but he has stopped the dragging of our name through the mud - i appreciate this more than anything that he has done. They work for nothing and take no wages out of the club and invest when we are in need of funds, this keeps us alive. What else can they do given they are facing battles on all fronts, they can't fight every battle expecting to win they need to focus on the important battles up front and park the not so important ones up for when they have more resources,time and energy. He might not be my cup of tea but on the face of it he hasn't shafted us and it seems he has the clubs best interest at heart - at this time and in the current circumstances that is good enough for me.