Rangers manager Ally McCoist has demanded answers after the club was forced into administration.
He says he has been surprised by some of the revelations in the past few days after Duff and Phelps took control of the Scottish champions on Tuesday.
The administrators were called in over an unpaid tax bill of £9million accrued since Craig Whyte's takeover last May.
McCoist said: "Well I have to inform you that I am as surprised at some of the revelations as the next man.
"Of that there is no doubt.
"The one thing I would say to you is that I'm a Rangers supporter and I want some answers, I would like some answers.
"Today probably isn't the right time to go into that in greater detail.
"The most important thing for everybody at the club is the game.
"But like every Rangers supporter, I would like one or two questions answered."
Asked if he has spoken to owner Whyte since the club went into administration on Tuesday, McCoist replied: "No."
The Rangers boss, who revealed Saturday's game against Kilmarnock at Ibrox is now sold out, added: "The way things are currently, my most important thing is focusing my team on the game tomorrow.
"That is our immediate concern."