The SPFL hasn’t responded to yesterday’s plea for an interest-free loan from Ibrox.
Stewart Robertson sat on the SPFL board that created a proposal for all clubs to vote on that would see the three lower divisions decided on by average points per game- allowing clubs to get a final pay out on prize money.
After a baffling statement from Ibrox on Wednesday at 4pm details of a counter proposal emerged yesterday at lunchtime which amounted to interest-free loans being given based on league positions.
In the week that player wages were deferred Robertson is looking for his club to get the second biggest interest-free loan, a move that has to be legally passed before it can be put out as a formal proposal to all SPFL clubs to vote on.
The Sun reports:
RANGERS have been left waiting for a response from the SPFL on their prize money resolution ahead of today’s board meeting.
Hampden bosses have called on club bosses to bring an end to the Championship, League One and League Two seasons as the world deals with the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
No decision will be made on the status of the Premiership at this time. And they have been given a deadline of 5pm today to submit their votes, with the SPFL board set to meet at 9.30am.
Since the Ibrox counter-proposal surfaced no other club has came out to support it.
Yesterday Livingston revealed that delaying the start of next season could put the new Sky Sports TV deal at risk with the SFA announcing that full training can’t be resumed until June 10 at the earliest.