The story many Rangers fans want is here, after former Rangers hero Graeme Souness was reported as leaving Sky Sports with a return to Ibrox heavily-vaunted.
The 80s and early 90s manager in Govan, who, as we said earlier, wasn’t really the manager at all, by his own words, is strongly rumoured to be interested in returning to the club in some capacity, albeit we’d imagine heavily it’s not as boss.
No, a board place for the boyhood Rangers fan seems very possible, and he remains extremely popular with supporters who have clearly forgiven him for his shifty exit back in the day, which he knows deeply well was a mistake.
See, as a Liverpool icon himself (at the time) because of his playing days at Anfield, that was the only club that could have drawn him away from Rangers, his boyhood team – and he made the huge error of being seduced by it.
It didn’t go well, and the s*n incident unfortunately made him a pariah on Merseyside.
These days the majority of Rangers fans are a bit on the younger side and probably don’t remember too much of those times, and Souness is just seen as a good Rangers man with our club’s best interests at heart.
An older and wiser head and someone we’d (want) to be able to trust – but of course, us older fans do remember that betrayal back in the day, so once bitten twice shy?
Being serious, he’s one of us, and having him back at Ibrox in some capacity would be thoroughly welcome, and with today’s reports strongly suggesting he’s quitting Sky, it seems it’s written in the stars.
We watch and wait.