FORMER Ibrox vice chairman Donald Findlay has expressed his “disappointment” with his old club following their controversial stance against the SPFL.
The Govan outfit have made consistent claims they have proof of wrongdoing by the league bosses in last month’s ballot to call a halt to the three divisions outwith the top flight.
A summit meeting has been called for 2pm today to discuss the alleged dossier held by the Ibrox side proving misconduct by the Hampden chiefs, as CQN reported.
The league strugglers, 13 points adrift of Celtic with the champions having only eight games to play before football was forced to a halt during the coronavirus lockdown, called for an EGM on Tuesday, May 12 after Hearts and Stranraer backed their bid.
Douglas Park and Co have come under increased pressure to provide their evidence while both league gaffers Neil Doncaster and Murdoch MacLennan insisted it is time to put up or shut up.
In the midst of the turmoil and uncertainty, Cowdenbeath chairman Findlay believes his former club have lost their way.
The leading QC, speaking on BBC Scotland’s The Nine, said: “I’m disappointed in the way Rangers have approached this.
“If they have evidence to back up what they say, and I assume that they must or they would not make these comments, then let’s see the evidence.
“Why is it being held back? Put it out there so that everybody in the game can have a look at it and form a view of it.
“Now we have a meeting coming up and this is just taking up time unnecessarily. I think Rangers should just get this out there and we can go forward.
“I’m disappointed in the way that they have made these allegations and not produced the evidence.
“I don’t think that was the way Rangers used to behave. I think you have to be candid.
“If you have something that shows a wrong was committed, why sit on your hands, why hold onto it?
“Why not just let everybody see it. Instead of just telling people what the evidence is, let them actually see what the evidence is and then we can deal with it.
“I don’t think they have dealt with this in a balanced way, no, I’m disappointed in the people at Rangers at the moment.”