Charles Green has called for clarity over where Rangers newco will play this season.
Representatives from all 30 member clubs will vote on Friday whether to allow Green’s new company into the league setup.
Manager Ally McCoist and many of the club’s supporters wish to start in Division Three with several SFL chairman indicating they will object to any plans to place them in the First Division.
Speaking ahead of the vote Green called for clarity, saying: “Well it is a very important day. I think there’s lots of really good, responsible articles that have been put out in the press today.
“I think it is time for realisation, I think the vilification and persecution needs to end and common sense has to prevail and I hope that it will.
“It is very difficult for the other clubs and the other leagues and for the managers to understand who they are playing and when the season will start.
“There are cup games in a few weeks time and we all need to move on.”
Asked if he was ready for the club to enter either the First or Third Division, Green added: “We’ve always been prepared for both and the fans have always said they’d be happy to go to three.
“We just want to get a decision and move on. I hope it will be [the final word] but I’m not convinced it will.”
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