CHARLES Green will attempt to strike deals with other Scottish Premier League clubs in an attempt to drum up enough support to get his newco Rangers into the SPL next season.
That could involve Green promising a newco Rangers will settle outstanding debts to SPL clubs, or committing to accept future punishments if found guilty after the SPL's investigation into alleged undisclosed payments via Employee Benefit Trusts. Other clubs could also insist that a newco Rangers are not admitted without agreeing to support a change to the existing requirement for an 11-1 majority on votes on SPL commercial matters, which has given the Old Firm the power of veto. That issue is due to be discussed at the SPL annual meeting on July 16.
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