Rangers FC will have allocated the president of the scottish ligaforening, after that raised doubts about a vote.

Coronakrisen are now creating great turmoil in scottish football.

Friday was the country’s 42 clubs vote on how the top four rows must be determined.

Here it is apparently gone wrong, and storklubben Rangers FC have Saturday lost the confidence of the leader of the scottish ligaforening (SPFL) Neil Doncaster.

Rangers FC requires, in a statement on the club’s website, to Doncaster will be suspended.

the SPFL had on Friday asked the clubs to take a position on a proposal to end the season with immediate effect, in the three rows below The Premiership, which is Scotland’s best league.

Moreover, the proposal also includes a model for how The Premiership table should be done up, if it turns out that the season may not be played to the end because of coronakrisen.

Rangers FC fears that the vote is not carried out correctly, after that the club has received an enquiry.

We are through a whistleblower presented evidence that raises serious doubts about the SPFL’s process in connection with the vote of the proposal, which was submitted to the clubs, writes Rangers FC.

Storklubben tells that it is acting on behalf of all clubs in scottish football, since there are promotions and nedrykninger on the game. Chairman of Rangers FC, Douglas Park, is shaken.

– If at any time the need for complete openness and transparency, as it is now, says Douglas Park.

the Chairman of the board of the SPFL, Murdoch MacLennan, calls it “extremely troubling that the Rangers have chosen to make a number of very serious allegations”.

– Allegations of lack of independence and fair play beklikker the league’s integrity.

– therefore, I expect that the Rangers’ president, Douglas Park, provides convincing evidence for its claims, or that he pulls them back, says Murdoch MacLennan to the East Lothian Courier.

Rangers FC occupies an immediate second place far behind rival Celtic with a lead of 13 points controls safely at the ninth scottish championship in a row.