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Scottish Professional Football League To Delay Decision On Playoff Schedule

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 21 / 15

The Scottish Professional Football League will wait "before making any possible changes to the Premiership play-off schedule," according to STV. The existing dates for the playoffs "have the two legs of the final scheduled for May 28 and May 31." Falkirk play Rangers at Ibrox this weekend while Quee...

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