FORMER Rangers chief executive Derek Llambias has demanded Dave King to show where the money is.
He was removed from from his role on the board after King’s EGM victory in March 2015 and reckons nothing has changed in during the chairman’s two years at the helm.
King insisted in a statement two weeks ago following Mark Warburton’s departure £18million had been put into the club since his takeover, although he stopped short of detailing how much of his cash had been invested.
Llambias, speaking during a TV interview, said: “Last time I spoke to you guys, when we were voted off, I asked: ‘Where was the money? Where was the cash?’.
“There was no money, there was no nomad, there’s no listing and we’re two years on and it’s exactly the same. Where is the money?
“To be honest with you, the club has got great history, wonderful traditions and they just need somebody with a lot of money behind it who is going to produce the goods.”
Rangers maintain they remain hamstrung by their punitive Ashley deals, struck by Charles Green in his last acts as chief executive.