Michael Stewart urges Rangers to break silence over H&H
Michael Stewart has urged Rangers to break their silence over the Heart and Hand controversy this week.
According to the Daily Record, the new official media partner of the club is being probed by Police Scotland over old offensive tweets.
Stewart has been relentless with his reaction and has made a big plea to the Bears to comment on the ongoing situation.
Writing on his personal Twitter account, Stewart made it very clear that the irrational behaviour of a media partner should have sparked a response.
“How long can Rangers remain silent as their ‘Official Media Partner’ behaves completely irrationally online?” he wrote.
Stewart has been all over this and has straight-up demanded an answer from the board at Rangers over this.
It doesn’t look good that only a matter of weeks after this new media policy was created, it appears to have backfired.
Heart and Hand have already come out and apologised, but all of this did see Ian Hogg and Cammy Bell resign from their posts.
Will the Bears come out and address this? There will no doubt be a demand from the mainstream media, who have either been banned or charged for passes themselves.
There is a storm brewing at Ibrox with numerous off-the-field issues over the past fortnight, and it will be interesting to see the next move of the club.