The president of Ibrox told clubs across the country that they would pay the bill if it got the green light.
Park’s bid will throw a cat among the pigeons after the SPFL bosses warned member clubs that accepting the Gers resolution would be an expensive exercise.
They sanctioned their own investigation through Deloitte, who concluded that there was no fault on the part of CEO Neil Doncaster, President Murdoch MacLennan or legal counsel Rod McKenzie. But Park said, “Cost should never be an obstacle to good governance.
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“If our resolution is adopted, we will be ready to finance the costs of an independent investigation. “
The SPFL responded to the Rangers’ case questioning their conduct and processes, with a series of charges against the club, Park and general manager Stewart Robertson, who sits on the board of the SPFL. They alleged that Park had threatened Doncaster, but Chief Ibrox dismissed the claim as a lie and also supported Robertson, who had been charged with failing to perform his duties.
Park said, “This is the first time I remember being accused of threatening. It is offensive, rude and downright false. Anyone who knows me will know that this is a fabrication.
“(Regarding Stewart), I find this intriguing and insulting. Stewart was first class throughout this event. “
Park is encouraged by the level of support their file has received from clubs.
He said: “There is an apparent culture of fear as we can see in the number of clubs that seem to have a problem in private with some
things that we have raised and those prepared to speak publicly.
“I understand that because look at the way we were treated. “