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Scottish Premiership clubs are being urged to produce fresh plans for league reconstruction to prevent more “civil war” in the game.
Hearts owner Ann Budge is to work on a file relating to a momentary modification to the league pyramid simply a week after talks initially collapsed.
Iain McMenemy, chairman of League 2 club Stenhousemuir, accused top-flight clubs of “dictating” the agenda.
” I just hope if something’s on the table we get it rather quickly,” he stated.
” Even if it is being dictated down the leagues to us from the Premiership when again.
” If we have got something they’ve come up with and they desire us to discuss it and come up with a view then let us called quickly as they potentially can and let’s see where it goes so we don’t have another six weeks of civil war.”
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A reconstruction taskforce was established in the wake of the questionable ballot to end the lower league season.
But after top-flight clubs failed to reach an agreement on the method forward, talks collapsed. However Rangers, Celtic and Aberdeen backed Budge’s call for the concern to be reviewed.
A 14-14-14 design, which appeared the alternative most likely to prosper, needs the backing of nine Premiership clubs, but including more clubs to the 42- strong SPFL subscription would need 11 votes from the top flight.
McMenemy believes it stays a tough task to reach agreement on an option, especially on whether a modification should be short-term or permanent.
” There was absolutely divides at every level on whether it need to be temporary or irreversible,” he told BBC Radio Scotland’s Sportsound.
” If we put away the crystal ball and get the history book we can see it hasn’t took place because Premiership clubs are so against any type of long-term reconstruction.
” I’m shocked they think this might go anywhere to be honest.”
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