What is Craig Houston’s role at the club these days?

GEODGC

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
I happened to notice Craig sat at the front of one of the official Rangers buses on the way out of the stadium at Feyenoord last week. He wasn’t driving the bus btw, before any smart arse says that :D
It good to see he is involved in an official capacity at the club, I will always be grateful for the way he went after the spivs, his sacrifices and determination should never be forgotten. He was treated appallingly by those at the club, that arsehole PR guy and by some of our supporters. Whatever he’s doing, I hope he’s happy and enjoying it.
 

Hehaw

Well-Known Member
Will be completely honest and I know ill prob get tore to shreds but I was one of the people to ignore Craig and not care what he had to say. I was fed up with everything and just wanted to watch my team. I didn't boycott and renewed my season ticket as well as I thought that if I didn't then we could potentially lose our club forever, I thought with no money coming in the chancers in charge would sell and mortgage everything they possibly could for the funds to keep us going.

Looking back on it now I have nothing but gratitude for Craig and the rest of the guys who broke ranks and took part in the boycott and got actively involved.
 

Carson no1

Well-Known Member
I happened to notice Craig sat at the front of one of the official Rangers buses on the way out of the stadium at Feyenoord last week. He wasn’t driving the bus btw, before any smart arse says that :D
It good to see he is involved in an official capacity at the club, I will always be grateful for the way he went after the spivs, his sacrifices and determination should never be forgotten. He was treated appallingly by those at the club, that arsehole PR guy and by some of our supporters. Whatever he’s doing, I hope he’s happy and enjoying it.
I’d get him on the Board
 

Blue Goose

Well-Known Member
Craig is a good lad and has the club at heart. He works in a community liasion role and assists the club on match days both home and away. Craig would tell you himself about the trials and tribulations of his efforts to rid us of those parasites and was often isolated. He deserves all the gratitude and plaudits for his more than sterling efforts.
 

Chubster

Well-Known Member
Craig is involved in fan security is my understanding. Proactive role in helping fans at away games and self policing too. I think!
 

RMHBear

Active Member
He made a very emotional post on Facebook SOS page last week when Dave King announced he was stepping down.
I don’t think the ordinary fan realises just what this guy went through and what he did trying to save our club.
I class him as a Ranger. One of our finest.
Also remember Craig making an emotional speech in the Loudon the night before an organised protest during one of the home games.

Will forever be grateful to him for the stand and leadership he showed
 

tumsheeheed

Well-Known Member
Craig deserves the gratitude of every Rangers supporter and everybody that was involved in the Sons of Struth I’ve met him on a few occasions in the district and at my own Rangers club here in Northern Ireland top bloke who sacrificed a lot for our great Club good to hear he’s involved in some way at the club
 

Dave570

Well-Known Member
I’d get him on the Board
We can't have people on the board for sentimental reasons. I don't know him so I can't judge him but he would need to have something to take us forward and not what he has done in the past. That is not a snipe at him but just in general for anyone.
 

KirkieRanger

Well-Known Member
My son and myself supported him on the marches, some of the demos and we also joined the boycott which, even though not fully supported by some for various reasons, some of them I could understand some not so much,I truly believe that we succeeded in the battle with the chancers and crooks who were raping our club. It was very hard to give up our season tickets but we knew that it had to be done. Craig stood up to serious threats and intimidation from the gangsters to carry the fight to them. He has denied it but he was very courageous in challenging them. He, along with some others, deserves all our thanks and gratitude in helping Rangers to survive that awful time. Sometimes leaders simply emerge in times of need and thank God for that.

W.A.T.P.
 
Top