Glasgow Rangers are at war with the Scottish League (SPFL). The club has issued a release calling for the suspension of the executive president of the competition, Neil Doncaster, and the legal advisor Rod McKenzie. The club accuses that the vote for concluding the competition was conducted in an unfair manner. And he accuses both managers of being responsible for the fact thathe process will be carried out with “serious doubts” about transparency. Also, request that it be opened “an independent investigation” to clarify what happened. The Rangers affirm in the statement that they have evidence that “coercion and intimidation” were carried out in the voting process to vote in favor of the League proposal. “We have been presented with evidence through a whistleblower that raises serious concerns about the SPFL processes related to their administration of the vote on the resolution presented to the member Clubs, “the statement said. he defends himself saying that they will not be intimidated in silence. In addition, the Rangers relate how the acting president, Douglas Park, contacted Neil Doncaster to convey the information and ask for explanations but he refused to give them.The vote was held last Friday and only Rangers, along with Hearts, voted against to end the competition (on the proposal of the SPFL). The result was 7 in favor and 2 against. The Dundee representative’s vote sign was questioned. With these data, only one vote is missing to terminate the competition prematurely due to the coronavirus pandemic.Celtic leads the standings, with 70 points, thirteen more than its staunch rival el Rangers, although with one more meeting.