Hearts Survival Offer and Rangers Reconstruction Plan B to Star SPFL Conference Call


On Wednesday, Hearts’ last chance to avoid the fall will be debated by the FBCL board of directors in the hopes of a 11th hour reconstruction. Sport Record may reveal that Hampden’s best brass will join a conference call at 10 a.m. to discuss Tynecastle owner Ann Budge’s proposal for a 14-team flight next season.

And the Rangers are also expected to present their plan B to the governing body for a new 14-14-18 look.

The talks come after league general manager Neil Doncaster asked the 42 clubs to ask them to send e-mail comments on any potential proposal to rush in the event of an emergency change for next season. .

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A reorganization of the current structure could save Hearts from relegation and also prevent Partick Thistle from passing through the divisions following the coronavirus crisis.

The deadline for these responses passed yesterday afternoon and it is understood that the mood for a possible overhaul was more positive than had been widely anticipated.

Doncaster will now present the comments to fellow filmmakers before discussing the form – if any – of the most viable reconstruction.

Hearts also supported the Ibrox club plan that would allow the Rangers and Celtic to launch the B teams into a lower level reinforced next season, with Highland League champions Brora Rangers and Lowland League title winners Kelty Hearts .

Rangers’ reconstruction plan has supporters

Celtic is also ready to put all its weight behind the plan. But it is far from certain that the required number of clubs in the lower league will be ready to vote, despite various financial incentives to welcome the foals from the old company.

But a club source said Sport Record: “There was a feeling that the whole debate on reconstruction would be declared dead duck. This is not the case.

“There seems to be a will among many clubs to correct the most obvious Covid-19 wrongs, but there is a lot of talk to be done to get there. The good news is that there is certainly a feeling that more clubs could be more open-minded than anticipated by Neil and the FBCL Board of Directors. “


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