BBC Sport Scotland journalist Tom English has suggested that Rangers’ dossier of evidence that shows SPFL misconduct will be presented tomorrow on Tuesday, posting on Twitter earlier today.

The Ibrox side published a statement last month claiming to have been contacted by a whistleblower who provided evidence of wrongdoing by the league’s executives.

They called for the suspension of chief Neil Doncaster but to date have shared any of their information with the SPFL, other clubs or media sources.


The bombast has not been backed up with substance.

However, it seems that one way or another Celtic’s rivals will be sharing something shortly.

Whether that’s quite the ‘smoking gun’ it’s been portrayed to be by some quarters or a complete damp squib is another matter.

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Obviously evidence of any impropriety from the SPFL would be interesting to member clubs, including Celtic.

Some pundits have been critical of Rangers’ handling of the whole affair, with Chris Sutton angrily summing up his views on BT Sport over the weekend.

Celtic celebrate a league title win

Celtic are on course to become champions regardless of all this drama / (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

As English also alludes to, their reputation is really at risk here. If they have nothing substantial to level at the SPFL they will surely be criticised by far more people than Sutton.

Finally, it appears we are coming to the end of this drama and hopefully Scottish football can move on to more important matters, such as how to make playing behind closed doors viable throughout 2020.

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