Neil Doncaster claims he has ‘absolutely no idea’ what evidence Rangers plan to reveal to their fellow Premiership clubs next week, as quoted by BBC Scotland.
The Gers have accused the SPFL and its chief executive, Doncaster, of a lack of fair play in the ballot which saw the Championship, League One and League Two seasons brought to an end late last month.
During a meeting of Premiership clubs on Friday afternoon, Rangers managing director, Stewart Robertson, promised that the evidence of wrongdoing would be sent to other clubs next week ahead of the EGM set to take place on 12 May [BBC Scotland].
But Doncaster insists he isn’t worried about what the Ibrox club have up their sleeve.
“It has been several weeks and we’ve had absolutely no idea what it was that we were supposed to have done wrong,” he said, as quoted by BBC Scotland.
“We’ve had all sorts of rumour and innuendo, vague allegations but nothing specific. It’s not even a question of evidence. We don’t even know what the charges are.
“I’m hearing that this alleged dossier of evidence is due to be circulated this week. We look forward to seeing what’s in it because the sooner we can get this dealt with and move on the better.”
“I do not believe for a moment that anyone has been bullied by a member of the SPFL staff. Least of all myself.”
At the moment, neither side are giving an inch in this feud, it’s becoming apparent that one side is going to end up with egg on their face.
Rangers are convinced there has been wrongdoing, while Doncaster is standing by his and his organisations’ actions.
He’s certainly making it sound as though neither he nor the SPFL as a whole have anything to worry about.
Reputations are very much on the line here though, and if the Gers present a compelling case at the EGM, Doncaster and the wider league association hierarchy will be in trouble.