I always remember sitting in the stand in front of this "keen student of the game" one Saturday and he was moaning the backside off the subs about how Scott Chaplain was playing and he wasn't! Gave Chappie pelters the whole game for being a selfish so and so and not wanting anyone else to score - definitely not my recollection of the Messiah during his legendary 3 spells with Rovers!
Scored a couple of great goals, not least the one against Partick Thistle one memorable evening at Firhill but like Danny Diver before him, a bit of a tube who ultimately self-destructed. Bizarre appointment.
Joe lives in the next street to me and I bump into him now and again. I well remember some of his less than glorious moments at the Rovers both on and off the pitch. However, he has obviously settled down and is a family man who has worked hard to make a career for himself in the game and has to be given credit for that. The great thing about human beings is that many mature after a rocky early start. Good luck to Joe in his new appointment.