Green calls for Gers unity
Charles Green has admitted that he is frustrated with the levels of negativity surrounding his plans to save Rangers.
The Yorkshire businessman completed his £5.5million purchase of the club's assets on Thursday after a bid to avoid formal liquidation failed following a creditors vote. Soon after Green and his investors completed their purchase, the Rangers Supporters Trust urged fans to avoid buying their season tickets for the next campaign until the future of the club became clearer. Green says all the issues surrounding the club have left him exasperated and that Rangers won't get out of their current predicament unless they all pull together. "All this negative energy dealing with this bid and that bid is diverting away from resolving outstanding issues with the SFA and sitting down with members of the SPL and asking them if we can come back in their club," Green said. "No-one had confidence we would buy the club. I've got confidence in Charles Green. I knew on February 20 we would buy the club. That's why I've been working for four months. "All we have is distrust, that I'm Craig Whyte's man or that we haven't got any money, or that we're going to use season ticket money. It just goes on forever."