ELGIN City chairman Graham Tatters has not resigned, he has confirmed.
However, a board meeting is set to take place on Tuesday evening to discuss the Rangers ticket fiasco when it is understood the chairman will consider his position.
Tatters confirmed the board meeting at Borough Briggs as disappointed fans started reclaiming their ticket money from the postponed game on Sunday.
Speaking outside the ground, the chairman confirmed that the matter would be discussed at the meeting of directors.
"I can't say any more at this stage but I have not resigned," he said.
The club has issued a statement at the weekend apologising for the situation and confirming it was co-operating fully with an SFL investigation.
There were rumours that Tatters had quit in the wake of the postponement of Sunday's game, due to be televised on ESPN, after a "substantial over-sale" of tickets had come to light.
The decision to shelve the game followed a pre-ops meeting between the club, Moray Council, Grampian Police and SFL on Friday.
An investigation has been launched by the Scottish Football League.
Grampian Police said that up to 1,100 extra tickets had been sold for the game and the match was postponed on health and safety grounds.
Fans began arriving at Borough Briggs at lunchtime on Monday to hand back their big match briefs.
A rescheduled date for the game has yet to be confirmed.
One fan, former Elgin City defender Ross McHardy, said: "It sounds as though somebody has tried to squeeze as many fans in as possible so supporters are not disappointed but it has backfired.
"A lot of hard work has been put in to the club over the years and the reputation may be tarnished. The club will have to take it on the chin."
For more reaction from City and Rangers fans see 'The Northern Scot' on Friday.