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SBD Global/December 4, 2012/International Football
Scottish Premier League Clubs Unanimously Support League's Reform Plans
Published December 4, 2012
RANGERS BOSS SPEAKS UP: The BBC reported Rangers CEO Charles Green "has called for all-inclusive talks on reconstruction." The SPL and SFL "have drawn up significantly different plans to change the league format." While the SFL has proposed leagues of 16, 10 and 16, the SPL is considering two top leagues of 12. Green said, "There are merits in both, but it needs all the clubs to sit down." However, Green warned the SPL "not to assume that SFL clubs would want to join" its ranks should it pursue a second division of its own. Green added, "I'm not sure SFL clubs will rush to join the SPL. There is a big sense of injustice about how they were being told what to do over where Rangers should go, and we all saw the outcome of that" (BBC, 12/3).