THE Scottish Premier League clubs will convene at Hampden this morning for their annual meeting.
There should be plenty to talk about. This has been a summer of unrest and discontent and the bickering and complaining show no signs of abating with the new season just weeks away. All of the positive things achieved in recent months – genuine supporter empowerment, democracy in action, the decision to place sporting fairness ahead of commercial considerations – are all in danger of being overlooked as Scottish football threatens to descend into a messy civil war that could rage for some time.
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