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Kilmarnock chief Billy Bowie dismisses Rangers SPFL evidence

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Kilmarnock chairman Billy Bowie feels Rangers "never really came up with anything" in their SPFL dossier.

The Ibrox club had called for the suspension of chief executive Neil Doncaster and legal advisor Rod McKenzie over the handling of the vote to end the lower league season.

A dossier of evidence was provided to all 42 clubs, but calls for an inquiry were voted down.

Only two of the 12 top flight clubs voted for it, and Kilmarnock 's major shareholder has explained why he feels the motion failed.

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Speaking on Sky Sports he said: "To be honest I thought Rangers would have had, the way it was all put to us, other information that things weren't done the way they should be.

"I thought they would have come with more information, but they never really came with anything different.

"They talk about transparency, but the transparency was there from the beginning.

"It ended up we were given their evidence, which I read through, but myself personally I thought: 'there's nothing there that would say the board had done anything wrong'.

"I realise the position that the SPFL board are in, they've got to listen to everbody's take on things and people have got to have their say.

"So it's been quite frustrating to say the least but it had to be done in the way it was done."

Following the vote to end the top flight season, the aim is to restart at the beginning of August.

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However, the Killie chairman has warned that may not be possible.

He said: "As long as this R number comes down below one we can start doing that.

"What was suggested was that, even with players coming back, it's going to take them six weeks of training minimum to get back to being fit to start playing matches.

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"So, back training mid-July, you're six weeks after that, aren't you?

"I can't see it, to be honest. It would be nice, but unless cases come down and we've no reports...

"We're working with the Scottish Government as well, so it's down to Nicola Sturgeon, she's more or less holding the deadlines to us for when we can actually get back."

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