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SBD Global/April 9, 2013/International Football
Fans Fume As SPL Post-Split Schedule Stalls Over Agreements with Police, Broadcasters
Published April 9, 2013
MAKEOVER TAKES A HIT: In London, Gordan wrote St. Mirren has delivered "a serious blow" to the reorganization of Scottish football by confirming it will vote "against league restructure next week." Club Chair Stewart Gilmour claims that clubs are being “rushed” into a deal. Now, attention shifts to Ross County, "another vocal opponent of the plan to implement change in by 2013-14" If Ross County votes no, "the attempt at reconstruction will fail" at the SPL summit next Monday. Roy MacGregor, Gilmour’s counterpart at Ross County, stated last month that he had huge misgivings about the plan (LONDON TIMES, 4/9).