Rangers will return to SPL duty tomorrow when they face Kilmarnock, but it is unclear whether the under-fire chairman will return to Glasgow to take his seat in the directors' box.
Mark Dingwall, a board member of the Rangers Supporters' Trust, said: "If he has nothing to hide then he should be there.
"From what I understand, many questions have been thrown up, in particular the destination of the Ticketus money.
"In a meeting on the day of the Dundee United game, we specifically asked the chairman if all that money had been transferred into the bank accounts of Rangers FC and he said 'yes', and when I asked him a second time he said 'yes'.
"There is a discrepancy between what he is saying and what the administrators are saying that needs to be solved.
"I think the fans will be very supportive of the team during the game, but I think many will choose to vent their frustration before the game or at half-time."
In a press conference, the administrators had admitted questions still remain over a £24m loan from Ticketus, a London-based company, to Rangers, which they said was an unsecured debt.
Ticketus loaned Rangers the money in return for flows of future season ticket sale revenue, a primary source of the Ibrox club's income.
But the administrators said they so far "haven't got visibility" on where the £24m is located, but it was believed to be held by Rangers' parent company, Rangers FC Group.
Members of the Rangers Supporters' Trust held a board meeting at Ibrox last night to discuss a way forward for the club after a week that has seen their club placed into administration and dragged through the mire over its financial dealings.
Top of the agenda was a plan to unite the Ibrox support in a potential attempt to fund a takeover as part of former Rangers' board member Paul Murray's 'Blue Knights' scheme. This would mirror those fan ownership schemes already in place at prominent European clubs such as FC Barcelona and Hamburg.
Mr Dingwall said: "We will seek a meeting with Paul Murray to see what his plans for the club are. We hope that will be next week.
"We we want to be in a position to recommend or not recommend that to our members.
"What we are looking for, going forward, is that no one man himself controls the club and that we expand the shareholding of the club and make it a more democratic club.
"If that is what his plans are then we would be delighted to speak with him.
"We welcome investment in Rangers from Rangers fans with the best interest of the club at heart.
"Of upmost importance is the publication of accounts and the issue from the administrators of a proper financial statement from the last nine months so we can get a true picture of the financial dealings of the club."
The Evening Times understands Mr Murray will meet Paul Clark and David Whitehouse, of administrators Duff and Phelps next week, after noting an official interest in taking control of Rangers.
Mr Murray was removed from the Ibrox board following Mr Whyte's purchase of the club from Sir David Murray last May.
The former Deutsche Bank high flyer wants to launch his Blue Knights scheme within two weeks, with the goal of raising tens of millions of pounds to help fund the purchase and running of the club.
Dave King, the South African based businessman who was removed from the club's board last week, is also believed to be involved in the deal.
The plans will be given backing by a plethora of Ibrox legends, including ex-boss Walter Smith, and ex-players Richard Gough and Ian Ferguson