H E paid for his ticket, slipped into Ibrox and just as quietly left without a visit to hospitality or a briefing to the press.
EVEN allowing for the relentless barrage of crossfire in this Rangers scandal, no-one was likely to miss the explosive impact of the 1494-word grenade hurled by Dave King yesterday.
RANGERS' administrators have launched a race against time to find a buyer amid mounting fears the club is facing liquidation.
DAVE King, Rangers' second-biggest shareholder, has threatened a £20 million legal challenge against former owner Sir David Murray, amid allegations of a lack of financial information about his 12-year-old investment in the club.
THE Scottish Football Association is looking into whether Rangers' second-biggest shareholder Dave King is a fit and proper person to be involved in the running of the club.