Ex-SPL chief believes if The Rangers don’t land a massive case of evidence against the SPFL in the coming days, the SPFL should hit the Ibrox club with a dire pure charge.
Given the seriousness of the allegations and their call for suspensions — the case against the SPFL from the Ibrox club has to be strong or they risk much more than embarrassment.
Roger Mitchell also believes the Ibrox club are making a lot of noise for the eventuality of an insolvency event.
👇If you tried to get away with this kind of behaviour in any other environment that was serious then you’d get sued. You can’t attack professionals and not present evidence. You are damaging a professional image and brand. Spfl really needs to think about a “disrepute” charge. https://t.co/SyFPTyZ8Mh
— RP Mitchell (@RPMComo) May 5, 2020
I just get a strong feeling with these delays that @RangersFC aren’t going to make it. They were already in dire financial straits. I can’t see how they survive this covid black swan. The question is: do they take the whole of Scottish football with them!! Critical days!!!
— RP Mitchell (@RPMComo) May 6, 2020
While we all try to get on and do what’s best for Scottish football, the Ibrox club have taken part in a ridiculous soap opera style huff. If they have evidence of wrong doing, they should have had it out by now. The fact we’re still waiting speaks volumes.
Mitchell lives in Italy nowadays and has the autonomy to speak his mind and he’s been front and centre during this shut down.