WHY should the business model of one football club be predicated on the health of another?
The question, posed by David Reid, should be rhetorical but instead some of his colleagues in the boardrooms of Scottish football are desperately trying to agree upon an answer to appease their creditors.
As the repercussions of Rangers' ruination threaten to rent the game in this country asunder, the Stenhousemuir director and Scottish Football Association council member is conflicted. Anguished by the havoc being wreaked and the divisive nature of the issue, he is also hopeful that the situation can act as a catalyst for change and that his own club are among the best placed to lead the revolution.
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