Glasgow Rangers’ fight for justice appears to be gathering pace.
The Ibrox outfit want an investigation into the SPFL to be conducted following their handling of the resolution proposal that should have been rather straightforward. Instead, allegations of corruption have been thrown about, whilst the Gers themselves have produced a 200-page dossier in which they claim to show clear evidence of wrongdoing from the governing body.
All of the other 41 clubs in the top four tiers have received the information and will now be asked to vote on the matter at the Emergency General Meeting on Tuesday. The SPFL have also seen the document and have insisted they believe there is no worthwhile evidence in it to substantiate Rangers’ claims.
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The organisation’s chief executive Neil Doncaster has said in an interview with BBC Sport that clubs will suffer if they decide to sue the SPFL. As you can imagine, this has not gone down well with many of the Ibrox club’s supporters and they have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts – one fan even called him a “horrible little rat”. You can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
That’s a threat
— WULLY (@bigspenderr1690) May 10, 2020
Financial blackmail becoming a consistent habit of Doncaster.
— RB (@RoyalBlue1872) May 10, 2020
This man is a cartoon character. Get him sacked.
— Steven (@AzzurroWolf) May 10, 2020
Empty threat from a CEO who knows his days are numbered
Not even Peter can protect him now
— Scottie (@scott_e716) May 10, 2020
— Scott Lennox (@coupylad) May 10, 2020
I’m sure he said there was no bullying or coercion, then came out with, if you vote for this it will cost you. That is coercion surely.
— James Brown (@jimdarvel) May 10, 2020
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