Goram wants Green to sell up
Ex-Gers star claims fans do not trust Green
Last Updated: July 5, 2012 5:40pm
Former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram has urged the club's chief executive Charles Green to sell up, claiming he does not have the trust of Rangers supporters.
Goram claims Green has given a figure that would persuade him to sell the club, as he continues to struggle to get the Ibrox outfit back on track.
Scottish Premier League clubs overwhelmingly rejected Green's application for his Rangers 'newco' to join the top flight and the club's fans are refusing to buy season tickets en masse.
Green's Sevco consortium have rejected at least two bids since buying Rangers' assets for £5.5million on June 14 - the first from a consortium led by Walter Smith and the second from a group involving ex-Rangers player John Brown.
Goram has backed former team-mate Brown's attempts to assume control of the club on behalf of supporters and believes Green must sell if the figure is reached.
It is understood work will continue on plans for putting together a fans-led buyout over the weekend.
Goram told Sky Sports News: "John Brown put a bid in last week of £8.7million and it was refused point blank.
"We all know Charles Green is not in it for the long run.
"There will be an announcement next week and hopefully it will be successful with the figure that he wants. He can't backtrack on that now.
"Hopefully that will happen and get it back to the fans because John's idea is no one individual will run the club.
"The fans deserve to be involved. That's his plan, bring Rangers men back to the club and really start from there.
No long-term plan
"Charles Green really must consider his position. There is no long-term plan at all, there is no investment coming in.
"They keep coming up with figures but they have never proved it.
"John Brown tried to get his legal team in to have a look at the title deeds to make sure everything is above board.
"If that's the case, then sure, go ahead and buy your season tickets but hopefully something else will be in place before then and we can move forward in a different direction."