In 2012 wrote the following in the postscript section of Downfall :
“The entire Rangers collapse has smashed up everything in its path and that includes reputations. Stewart Regan has been particularly bruised. The buck stopped at his desk and he frequently dropped the ball.”
I stand by that statement.
Only last week I wrote this about Mr Regan and I cannot really add anything to it.
He has resigned from a post that was clearly too much for him.
For the avoidance of doubt, there are others on the 6th floor at Hampden who should also resign.
The failure to adequately deal with the death of Rangers in 2012 remains a dark cloud over the national game in Fair Caledonia.
While the SFA continues to view the Ibrox brand as the central core of Scottish football then they will not be fit for purpose as a governing body.
In that sense, Regan’s resignation changes very little.