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SBD Global/November 29, 2012/International Football
SPL's League Revamp Bid Hit By Resignation of Dundee United Chair Stephen Thompson
Published November 29, 2012
POINT OF NO RETURN: The SCOTSMAN also reported Rangers CEO Charles Green is "refusing to back the SPL’s proposed changes to Scottish football while the threat of Rangers being stripped of their titles is still a possibility." Green is "yet to study either plan in great detail" but is adamant that the club "wouldn’t return to the SPL in its current state." Green said, "I have said before that I wouldn’t return to the SPL in its current form and I stand by that -- it just won’t happen" (SCOTSMAN, 11/28).