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League reconstruction worries Ross County chairman


By Will Clark

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ROSS County chairman Roy MacGregor says he would be concerned for his club if an extended Premiership next season proved only to be a temporary measure.

On the bus- club chairman Roy MacGregor and striker Ross Stewart....Ross County bus.Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No. 043801..
On the bus- club chairman Roy MacGregor and striker Ross Stewart....Ross County bus.Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No. 043801..

Talks are set to continue by the Scottish Professional Football League Recon-struction Task Force to change the system next season due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Among the proposals are a three division system of 14 teams which could see the Premiership extended by two teams.

However, MacGregor has concerns it would only be a temporary solution to the problem.

There are talks it could quickly revert back to the current league system of a 12-team Premiership along with three lower divisions of 10.

He thinks it is a move which could put Ross County at a disadvantage.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal by clicking here.


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