'Rangers definitely have something...' - Exclusive: Pundit suggests damning Ibrox evidence
Alan Hutton has insisted Rangers would not challenge the SPFL over their handling of the members’ ballot unless they “definitely have something”.
The former Teddy Bear, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, suggested the Gers are going to take their evidence “all the way” as a resolution for the season’s end is yet to be found in Scotland.
The Glasgow giants have called for a probe to be launched into the “voting debacle” on the evidence they received from the whistleblower.
The club website said, “We will not be bullied into silence. We believe it is in the interests of all Scottish clubs and supporters that the evidence, which is alarming, be addressed as quickly as possible.”
Faced with the allegations SPFL chairman Murdoch MacLennan has insisted Douglas Park, interim Gers chairman, to prove or withdraw the claims.
When asked by Football Insider if the club had handled the situation accordingly, Hutton said: “We are going to have to find out what information this whistleblower has given them. It is difficult to judge right now.
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“But if Rangers are coming out the way they are, they definitely have something. From their point of view, they see it as enough to challenge.
“All of these teams are looking at it for themselves. Something has come out of importance. Rangers are going to take it the whole way and see it out. We will have to wait and see what it is but they must have something.”
The Gers are opposed to the proposal to end the season now and take the current standings as final amid the coronavirus crisis.
However, Scottish clubs are desperate for the season’s prize money to be distributed where it is, in some cases, essential for a club’s financial stability.
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