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SBD Global/January 31, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
SFL Clubs Set To Veto SPL Reform Plans And Propose New Four League Idea
Published January 31, 2013
ST. MIRREN SPLIT: In Edinburgh, Craig Stewart reported St. Mirren Chair Stewart Gilmour has admitted that his own board is "split on league reconstruction plans" and needs more details before "formally voting for a 12-12-18 structure." In a statement, Gilmour said: "I would wish to clarify that contrary to some media reports, no formal vote was taken although the clubs have agreed unanimously to take this proposal forward to the SFL. We as a club and many other clubs will not vote until we know exactly what is on the table in front of us" (SCOTSMAN, 1/30).