All of the directors were there. They could hear it just the same as everyone else inside Ibrox at the Ramsdens Cup match could hear it.
Yes, the protests only came from one corner of the stadium, from section BF1, at a game that only 16,000 fans turned up for.
Nevertheless, the message was still loud and clear, they are not happy with what is going on at boardroom level.
And if it does not get it into the heads of the club directors that all is not well and things have to change then nothing will.
I think there is tremendous frustration among the fans at the ongoing uncertainty at the club. None of them know what is happening. They want clarity.
One thing is for sure. There is going to be an AGM and all of the fans who bought shares will get their say on who they feel should be running Rangers.
The institutional investors who have called for an EGM want chief executive Craig Mather, non-executive director Bryan Smart and financial director Brian Stockbridge removed.
Cards on the table, I disagree with getting rid of Craig. It is important for the manager of to get along with the chief executive. That is especially true now there is no chairman at the club.
Well, Ally McCoist clearly has a good working relationship with Craig. He worked alongside him to bring in eight new players during the summer.
As far as I can see, Craig is doing a fine job. The new arrivals have certainly made a huge difference to the team on the park.
Just how much they have improved the side was obvious in the game against Berwick Rangers in midweek.
The team was far from impressive and only ran out narrow 2-0 winners. Craig could very easily have blocked moves to strengthen in order to save the club money.
But he spoke to the manager, ascertained who he wanted to bring in and then went out and did the business for him.
I think it is unfair to bracket him with certain others at the club at the moment.
Having said that, the board have to outline to the supporters the financial situation that the club is in and where it is heading.
Nothing official is coming out of Rangers at the moment. Fans have to believe whatever they read on internet websites. There are wildly-conflicting stories doing the rounds.
There are claims - denied today in TimesSport by Mather - that the club is going to run out of money by December.
There are rumours the club could go back into administration as well. Those in charge are going to have to sit and explain to Rangers fans what they are currently doing and how the club is going to be taken forward.
The team is really pushing on. New players have come in and improved the side greatly.
But things have to be right at the very top for the club as a whole to progress. I have been saying this for months now.
A power struggle is being waged at the club. There are too many key players in this continuing saga in direct opposition to each other.
Everybody needs to be united in one common purpose. There has to be a shared goal. The fans are fed up with the in-fighting.
The board needs to be comprised totally of individuals who want what is best for the club and want to be involved for the long haul. At the moment, that is not the case.
I am told fresh investment will be coming into the club soon, which is great. But money going out of the club is not what is needed. The fans deserve to know exactly what is going on. They deserve honesty.