Revealed: EGM concludes as Rangers secure another key backer
Rangers have secured another prominent backer today in their call to force through a second independent inquiry into the SPFL voting row.
A Scottish source has told Football Insider that Livingston have joined Aberdeen, Stenhousemuir, Partick, Hearts and Stranraer in supporting the resolution that was balloted today.
Today’s extraordinary general meeting that started at 11am via conference call has now ended and all 42 clubs have vast their votes.
It is now a waiting game for the 42 clubs, the fans, Rangers and the SPFL leadership in the dock as the whole of Scottish football holds its breath for the vote outcome.
Seven Scottish clubs had already come out and publicly backed the resolution.
Livingston have joined that group and voted for the resolution after being convinced of the need for an inquiry into how the SPFL handled the resolution on ending the leagues.
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It is expected that the EGM will reconvene at 3pm for the results.
Rangers’ resolution requires the 75 per cent support from clubs in each of the four divisions to force a new investigation.
Interim Ibrox chairman Douglas Park has vowed to cover the cost of an independent investigation overseen by a QC.
This comes as the civil war engulfing the Scottish game continues to see the Light Blues try and remove Neil Doncaster and SPFL legal adviser Rod McKenzie for “bullying” and “alarming” governance.
The SPFL have hit back in a series of statements and interviews from Doncaster.
The executive’s stance is that the Rangers ‘dossier’ released last week has failed to identify a single shred of evidence to support the club’s vociferous claims of corruption, bullying and coercion by SPFL staff.
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