Inverness say they made clear bullying allegations to SPFL during key vote

  • Championship club contradict claim by SPFL’s Neil Doncaster
  • Doncaster said he had only been told of ‘robust exchanges’

Inverness have contradicted a claim by the Scottish Professional Football League’s chief executive, Neil Doncaster, that no club had made allegations of bullying over the key vote which led to the three divisions below the Premiership being curtailed.

In a lengthy statement which amounted to a scathing attack on the SPFL’s handling of the entire process, Inverness said they were willing to testify to an allegation which they insist was reported on the day it occurred.

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