It is fair to say that the Sevco High Command was not expecting to get over the 75% threshold.
However, they thought that they might be in with a chance of winning a moral victor by the support of half the clubs.
Indeed, they were expecting a much better showing in the Championship.
I am told that the Sevco High Command had been assured by one chap in the Championship that there could be a 50/50 split among the second-tier clubs.
As it turned out it was a 9-1 thrashing for the requisitioners.
Consequently, the chaps in the Blue Room were less than Zenlike about the outcome.
One of the brogue wearing hierarchy stated that in the old days this EGM thingy would not have been needed.
There was a time when stuff like this was handled quietly and effectively by the blazers on behalf of Rainjurz.
Just, perfect, and regular.
This current spat is just another manifestation of the paradigm shift that has happened since the death of the original Rangers in 2012.
The incumbents in the Blue Room, like the Ibrox klanbase, are suffering from a hegemonic hangover.
Whether it is the SFA or the governing league body the days when they can snap their fingers or crunch knuckles and have their orders followed is over.
However, I would suggest that the Sevco High Command have more pressing issues to contend with.
At the end of July, they will have to address the issue of deferred wages.
Also, in June there is the small matter for a transfer instalment for Ryan Kent and Filip Helander.
Of course, the players might agree to a further deferment.
That is always possible.
However, that merely makes the final balloon payment even bigger for the cash-starved club.
During the run-up to the EGM, there has been a fair bit of posturing among the usual suspects in the Stenography Corps.
Now, if they really want to try their hand at journalism instead of being shills for Sevco’s DUP guy then here are two highly relevant questions.
They are both about the Dave King loan.
What is the rate of interest?
What is the security?
Now, those are real questions that cut and paste commandos on the sports desks might want to ask at the next Sevco presser.