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Ross County among Premiership clubs discuss league reconstruction

By Will Clark

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PREMIERSHIP clubs have held talks on proposals which could see the top flight extended to 14 teams next season.

Hampden Park.Picture: Daniel Forsyth.
Hampden Park.Picture: Daniel Forsyth.

All 12 clubs in the Premiership were scheduled to hold a meeting yesterday to discuss plans to redesign the Scottish League which could see the number of divisions in the SPFL reduced from four to three for the 2020/21 campaign.

One of the proposals which has been suggested is a 14-14-16 system which could see Ross County joined in the Premiership by Caley Thistle who finished the Championship in second place behind winners Dundee United.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.

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