The fans must be fed up with the adverse headlines - such as those on the opposite page - which have been spawned by the club's financial plight over the past few years. But they will be happier now than they were last week.
They wanted Craig out, although I disagreed with that a bit. I also think manager Ally McCoist might be disappointed he has gone.
Bryan Smart also resigned yesterday. I believe he never watched a Rangers game.
Everyone knew his name, but nobody seemed to know who he was. He was the invisible man. For him to go, that is not a big deal.
Ally is a Rangers fan and will be concerned for the club. But his job is to get a winning team on the park and he can't get involved in what is going on upstairs.
He will be disappointed Craig has resigned though, because 95% of what he asked for in the summer, he got.
Charles Green said there was no way he would have allowed Ally to bring in the players he did.
But Craig realised good players were coming in and bought into what Ally knew had to happen.
We don't know if Craig jumped before he was pushed.
There will be talk about his tenure as chief executive, but he backed Ally this summer and allowed him to buy nine players.
Ally has been criticised for spending what he has to get out of the third tier of Scottish football but he is building for Rangers' return to the Premiership and Craig saw that.
They will add to the squad again next year ahead of their return to the top flight and I think Craig knew this is the way it had to be done.
But we don't know what has been going on behind the scenes. There has obviously been a lot of talking between a lot of people.
It is strange that a week after Craig was involved in the positive news about Dave King coming back, he is gone. We can only speculate about the reasons for that.
It is hard to know what is going on. But the one thing we do know is that if Dave does come on board and puts his money in, he wants a few things sorted out.
Rangers fans have been a bit sceptical of people coming on the board but that won't apply to Dave. If he does eventually become involved, it would be great for Rangers.
Things are happening now and that has got to be a good thing as far as Rangers are concerned. The annual meeting must be held as soon as possible so we can move forward. The departures of Mather and Smart leaves Brian Stockbridge and James Easdale as the only two directors on the board of Rangers International Football Club plc.
Rangers supporters have been unhappy with Stockbridge and won't have forgotten what he did to Malcolm Murray.
I thought Malcolm was a good chairman and he has a lot of respect in the City. For Stockbridge to do what he did to him and still be at the club, I can't believe it. It was unbecoming of somebody involved in Rangers. Only time will tell if he is the next one to go.
What we must remember about James Easdale and his brother Sandy is that when everyone had their hands in their pockets and nothing was coming out, they stumped up money to buy shares.
I think they deserve a wee bit of respect. I think they are there for the long term and to see Rangers doing well.
Everyone has got to sit down and talk to each other. There has been a lot of fighting between the board and those that are bidding to join the board, will that animosity stop progress being made?
Everything has to be ironed out, the truth has to come out and the people at the heart of the club have to put their diff- erences aside for the good of Rangers.
This is not about the Murrays, the Easdales or King. It is about Rangers.
They all have to be there to take the club forward and it is only when we have a board with the same goal that we will finally see real progress being made.