By Alan Hutton

29th Apr, 2020 | 7:00am

'Rangers have something to impact everything' - Exclusive: Hutton drops big whistleblower update

Alan Hutton has blasted the SPFL for making a “mockery” of Scottish football as he claimed Rangers “have something to impact everything” from their whistleblower.

The former Gers and Scotland defender, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, has blasted the governing body for their internal investigation into the bungled resolution vote.

An inquiry, commissioned by the SPFL and carried out by Deloitte, is said to have found “no evidence of improper behaviour” over the vote to determine how this season will end.

Rangers have criticised the SPFL’s update, stating the inquest “alarmingly failed to examine wider fundamental issues.”

They went on to release a statement on Sunday revealing they would provide evidence to all member clubs ahead of a general meeting to support an independent examination into the resolution process.

Hutton told Football Insider: “Look, it’s just a mess upon a mess, to be honest.

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“They need somebody else to come in, who has nothing to do with the SPFL and possibly go through it, which they want to happen.

“It’s just holding everything back, to be honest, it just seems a bit of a mess. I would just like to see it sorted out so we can focus on the main thing which is football and not make a mockery of it. It’s a difficult situation for everybody.

“Obviously Rangers have something, a whistleblower or whatever, which they believe is information that is going to impact everything. I think that everybody needs to see the information before the 12th of May and decide how they take things forward. 

“Just for Scotland and football in general, I would just like to see an end to it all. The best outcome is for this to be sorted and we can hopefully can finish the season.” 

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