Stewart Robertson has backed away from revealing details of his secret dossier to fellow Premiership clubs during a conference call today.
On April 11 Douglas Park called for the suspensions of Neil Doncaster and Rod McKenzie based on the evidence from his whistle-blower.
The board of the SPFL met on Monday and agreed to hold an EGM on May 12 to vote on whether an Independent Investigation should be held into the vote to decide the 2019/20 season based on average points per game.
This afternoon the Premiership clubs hosted a meeting but despite pressure to come up with the evidence Robertson offered jam tomorrow.
BBC Scotland reported:
Scottish Premiership clubs have been told that they will see Rangers’ evidence against the SPFL next week. The assurance was given by Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson.
Rangers had alleged bullying and said they can prove a “lack of fair play” in the ballot to end the lower leagues. They have forced an SPFL Extraordinary General Meeting on 12 May.
Robertson – a SPFL board member – told clubs he would be happy to speak to them about the evidence once released.
Tomorrow’s Sportsound show on Radio Scotland is expected to continue it’s calls for an investigation despite no sign of any evidence from the much vaunted Ibrox whistle-blower.