VISIONS of smiling fans and dreams of days out at the cup final with balloons and facepaint and sunshine are rarely subjects of discussion at Rangers these days, but they do make a pleasant diversion from the Strange Case of Rafat Rizvi.
DON'T do walking away?
Angry mobs at the front gates, finger wagging and a considerable amount of effing and blinding?
FOOTBALL'S Battle of Britain of 1992 has a nostalgia tinged with a sense of astonishment of what has befallen the once high-flying clubs.
Rangers striker Kris Boyd admits he and his team-mates are as much in the dark about the club's financial plight as frustrated supporters.