THE smaller clubs in Scotland often gripe that nobody ever listens to them.
That will all change over the next seven days. The Scottish Premier League has decided that they will not let the Rangers newco into their division and now it is up to the 30 Scottish Football League clubs to decide whether they want the fallen Ibrox giant and in which of their three divisions they are willing to accommodate them. The views of Annan Athletic, Brechin City, Cowdenbeath et al rarely register on the consciousness of the nation but, until they convene for their emergency meeting next Friday, those clubs will enjoy something of a captive audience.
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