The whole issue regarding the Scottish Football Association has put the body in bad light regarding their integrity.

Managing director of Ibrox Stewart Robertson and Stewart Regan arranged a meeting for “early next week” to thrash out the issues after the Bowen Report that investigated the madness that followed the Scottish Cup final back in May. The get together was scheduled for Monday, August 15, 2016 but it didn’t hold. Rather, the SFA Chief Executive tried denying that he was aware of any meeting, putting his reputation and £250,000 annual wages on the line.

Record Sport reported that Regan denied the existence of a talk as the judicial process had to take its course, and he was being careful of the reaction of Hibs. The most influential figure in Scottish Football obviously angered Rangers with the comments leading to anger trade between both parties.

Rangers were particularly upset about Regan’s comments as it raises suspicion regarding the reputation of Robertson. The spokesman of the club claimed that they have written acknowledgement that the meeting was supposed to have taken place this week. It is believed that after the verbal agreement between both parties, the offices of both men put it in the diary. The agreement is said to be made on Thursday afternoon with the meeting set for10am on Monday.

Rangers made a public statement saying the independent report had a few discrepancies, asking for a meeting between Regan, McGlennan and Bowen. Regan admitted that he agreed to an “informal” meeting with Robertson with SFA Chief Operating Officer Andrew McKinlay. He claimed he could meet with Robertson later when it was “appropriate” as it was wrong to be doing so before the independent process ends. The club insists that they have drawn up recommendations with the help of security boss Robin Howe to secure players and the clubs in future.