Sir Kenny Dalglish has called on the SPFL to get its house in order.
Scotland’s most-capped player is currently recuperating at home after being diagnosed with asymptomatic coronavirus.
But he has looked on aghast as the country’s football clubs have indulged in petty squabbling – and serious allegations – while the game is in lockdown.
Dalglish said: “I believe the SPFL’s credibility is on the floor.
“There must be an independent investigation into the accusations made by Rangers against Chief Executive, Neil Doncaster, and legal adviser, Rod McKenzie.
“The Ibrox board need to produce their evidence and let it be looked at.
“It’s as simple and straightforward as that.
“The game in Scotland has gone backwards in the past few days.
“It looks like a bit of a shambles, and it needs cleaned up.”
Dalglish’s call was echoed by Hearts owner, Ann Budge, and Aberdeen chairman, Dave Cormack, who both spoke out yesterday.
Read Kenny’s column inside today’s Sunday Post
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