I've been trying to find out exactly what went on behind the scenes at Rangers in the run-up to Paul Le Guen's departure yesterday.
I spoke to a French journalist who speaks to Le Guen every week and had a lengthy discussion with him on Tuesday.
The things he told me about the drinking culture at the club, the players flouting an alcohol ban at a Christmas party and Barry Ferguson's refusal to follow Le Guen's tactical instructions against St Mirren have already been reported.
The bits that interested me most didn't actually involve Ferguson.
The journalist told me that Le Guen was only to receive £1.5m in the January transfer window.
That's despite the fact he had only spent about £2.5m in the summer and that several new players are clearly needed at Ibrox.
And there was this fairly damning assessment from the journalist, which he suggested reflect Le Guen's thoughts.
"At Rangers, the expectations do not match the reality," he told me.
"The fans want Rangers to be a big European club, but the money is not there."
Is this fair? Do Rangers' fans expect too much considering the current financial situation at Ibrox?
And do you think this was actually a major reason for Le Guen's departure, perhaps more than his fall-out with Ferguson?