The former Hibernian and Dundee forward, who now works as a pundit for BBC Sport, has praised Rangers for backing down in their feud with the SPFL over the way voting was conducted for the divisions below the Scottish Premiership to be called off.
As reported by BBC Sport, there will be no independent inquiry into the SPFL’s voting process as called by Rangers.
That’s because, according to the report, 27 clubs voted against it, with 13 clubs voted in favour of, and there were two abstentions.
Rangers have released a statement on their official website following the vote on their official website, and McManus has responded to it.
A huge but I think wise backdown from Rangers in their latest statement. The majority have spoken AGAIN in an SPFL vote so we must move on and respect that. That includes the minority.
— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) May 12, 2020
The Scottish Premiership is suspended at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it remains to be seen if and when the season resumes.
Rangers are as many as 13 points behind leaders and bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic in second place in the league table at the moment.
The Gers have a game in hand, and there are also two Old Firm derby games left to be played this campaign.
If the campaign gets back underway, then Rangers will be determined to win those three matches and put pressure on Celtic.