St Mirren call for resignation of director over Rangers link
Wednesday 28 March 2012
St Mirren have asked Ken McGeogh to resign as director over allegations he showed confidential information to a Rangers official.
The club last week rejected a takeover approach from the businessman because of his links to Rangers' company secretary, Gary Withey. The board has given McGeoch 48 hours to resign or it will call an extraordinary meeting. It states that McGeoch and Withey met in St Mirren's boardroom in November.
"During the meeting, Mr Withey had sight of and inspected commercially sensitive documents of St Mirren Football Club," a club statement said.
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