The directors are sitting at Ibrox watching the protests. They can see the strength of feeling against them among their own supporters.
They cannot ignore that. After all, the Rangers fans are the ones who have kept the club going in the last couple of years.
They have bought season tickets. They fill Ibrox every week despite the club playing in the third tier of Scottish football. They travel to away games in huge numbers.
Now the fans see the club has made a £14million loss. They see that Imran Ahmad and Charles Green have taken huge sums out of the club. They are quite entitled to ask what is going on.
The supporters have got to be kept happy. Satisfactory answers have got to be given to their questions. They need to know where the money has gone and where the club is going.
Rangers fans are tired of all of the mudslinging going on between rival factions.
Supporters of other clubs are laughing at the turmoil that is engulfing the club.
Who owns Rangers is unclear. The institutional investors have ploughed substantial sums of money into the club and they may look at the punters’ concerns.
They may also look at the business acumen and credential of those who are being put forward to join the board and decide if they should be brought in. The club this week rejected an attempt to install Scott Murdoch, Malcolm Murray, Paul Murray and Alex Wilson on the board.
Now, Malcolm Murray and Paul Murray have previously been associated with Rangers and are well-known to the supporters.
But I have asked around about Scott Murdoch and Alex Wilson since their names emerged, spoken to people I know who work in the city, and they are also familiar.
First and foremost, they are Rangers fans. They are also good businessmen. From what some have told me, it seems they would have been good for the club. If somebody has expertise that can help the club then I think they should be seriously looked at.
I don’t care if there are 15 men or five men on the board as long as they are all working together to take the club forward.
But what is most important is that everybody is pulling in the same direction. We can’t have two or three wanting one thing and two or three wanting another.
The club is more important than any single person. I think that is why fans are upset with the present board. They don’t know what is happening.
They read differing stories in the papers. One group comes out and says one thing one minute then another group comes out and says another the next.
Financial experts interviewed after the annual accounts were released said they were going to run out of money in the middle of next season and will need fresh investment.
Rangers financial director Brian Stockbridge has since admitted that is the case, but he stressed there was no imminent danger to the club.
The word clarity has been used many many times and I can see why. The fans must be given satisfactory answers if the AGM goes ahead after a legal bid launched by Malcolm Murray and Paul Murray today to delay that meeting so shareholders can vote on proposed directors. It is all highly-frustrating for the supporters.
The team is making progress. They are starting to play well. Ally McCoist needs to concentrate fully on football matters while those upstairs need to sort out their issues.