The figure that stood out for most people was the loss of £14million.
The accounts also showed that Rangers had £11m in the bank for the period ending June 30 and I think that is more important than the loss.
We were always going to lose money heavily this year but, of course, that has to stop. The loss is the headline-grabbing figure from the accounts but that is what people expected to happen.
Obviously, you can't be happy at that amount of money going out of a club that was in the fourth tier of Scottish football.
But, bills had to be paid, players had to be brought in and it has all added up. Rangers settled their football debts with clubs in Scotland and in Europe, money has been spent on Ibrox and then there were things like lawyers' fees.
It has all added up to a £14m loss but the main thing now is what is left and how that is spent from now on.
It was to be expected that Rangers would lose money this year. It hasn't come as a huge shock but it is how the board take things on from here that matters. To get back to where we belong is going to cost money. It looks like new investment may well happen and people will come on board.
The AGM is due to be held later this month and, if there is change in the boardroom or not, things have to change in the running of the club. All the fans want is for Rangers to be going forward.
The other figures that stood out for fans concerned Charles Green, who has pocketed almost £1m from Rangers. Charles said when he came in that he was here to make money and he certainly did that. He has walked away with a huge amount and Imran Ahmad has done well out of Rangers too.
I totally understand why the fans are angry when you see the amount of money that has been spent in the last year. As quickly as it was brought in, most of it has gone.
Charles was running the club when he and the likes of Brian Stockbridge, the finance director, were getting paid. For Charles to take a big bonus for Rangers winning the league was an absolute disgrace.
The management team and the players didn't take a bonus for winning the league but the people off the field were there for a quick buck. They made damn sure that they were going to make a few quid and that is what has happened. There is nothing that can be done about it. It is gone. It is no use crying over spilt milk, they have got away with it.
Rangers fans don't want to see their club losing money like this. On the field, Ally is starting to get it right. But the club has to be run correctly from the top. The AGM this month is probably the most important in the club's history.
Are the board the right men to take the club forward? It is a massive decision for the fans and the shareholders that will vote. It is clear what the fans think, you could see that at Ibrox on Saturday.
I just want Rangers run properly and for the club to be moving forward again. The fans will only be happy when they know Rangers are in safe hands.