SCOTTISH football's administrators last night hailed a landmark tripartite deal on league reconstruction as a "new dawn" for the national game.
SCOTTISH football's administrators last night hailed a landmark tripartite deal on league reconstruction as a \"new dawn\" for the national game.
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After more than four hours of talks at Hampden, Stewart Regan, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, Neil Doncaster, his counterpart at the Scottish Premier League, and David Longmuir, of the Scottish Football League, presented a united front in support of a full-blown league merger and 12-12-18 structure, with a pyramid system below it, promising the biggest shake-up to Scottish football since the formation of the SPL in 1998.
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