Rangers fans have been reacting to the comments of former Hibs striker Tam McManus who claimed that the Ibrox club as “embarrassing” for fighting their corner in the SPFL proposals debate.

The outspoken pundit also brought the global pandemic into his argument claiming Rangers should “let it go” insisting there are “more important things to be worrying about”.

Naturally, this has goaded Rangers fans who believe they have as much right as anyone else to be heard on the SPFL proposals which would hand Celtic the title.

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Rangers complained about the SPFL’s handling of their Members Resolution, which they feel could have been better supported by the professional body [Rangers].

The Ibrox side wanted to draft an alternative resolution which would see prize money handed out to struggling clubs without calling relegations or promotions.

Similar initiatives are set to be launched in the English Premier League and this is a solution which appeases all member clubs for the time being.


But after playing down the legal competency of the document, the SPFL pushed on with a vote on the resolution of the season.

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After setting an initial deadline of 5pm, it was not made clear that clubs had 28 days to decide how they would vote on the proposals.

The league season now hangs in the balance with Dundee said to be the side holding the deciding vote.

The hurried nature of the vote could’ve been avoided with this information and Rangers could’ve had more time to develop a suitable and legally solid Members Resolution.

Rangers have every right to fight their own corner in this debate and the club’s supporters haven’t been slow in letting Tam McManus know it:


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