Former Celtic forward Tony Watt has given his take on Twitter on Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson saying that the Ibrox club did not bully the SPFL.
As reported by BBC Sport, Robertson has claimed that Rangers did not bully the SPFL at all.
The SPFL have dismissed Rangers’ dossier of evidence against them regarding the voting process that saw the divisions below the Scottish Premiership called.
As reported by BBC Sport, the SPFL have claimed that the dossier did not contain any evidence that they was any bullying or coercion.
Rangers managing director Robertson has stated on BBC Sport that they did not make any such claim, to which former Celtic forward Watt – now on the books of Motherwell – have given his take on Twitter.
I’m so confused after listening! From a neutral view I have these 2 questions?
– who started the bullying narrative?
– who asked for Doncaster to be fired?
Trying to deal with this we could have had the best governing body in the world and it wouldn’t be smooth.
— Tony Watt (@32watto) May 7, 2020
Rangers are second in the Scottish Premiership table at the moment, as many as 13 points behind leaders and bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic.
However, Steven Gerrard’s side have a game in hand, and there are also two Old Firm derby games left to be played this season.
The Scottish Premiership is suspended at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it remains to be seen if and when the campaign gets back underway.