big al Posted August 24, 2022 Share Posted August 24, 2022 57 minutes ago, Dev said: Seems to me that the traditional L2 clubs are more interested in the "negotiation from a position of perceived power" than actually taking any meaningful action which would be in the best interests of Scottish football. If they keep carrying on like this then these clubs won't be around at that elevated level in five to ten years time. Berwick, ES, Cowdenbeath can vouch for that. This situation had happened too even without many of the powerful WoS clubs which haven't made it yet to Tier 5 - but at least they can get that far on merit, even with a restricted automatic promotion opportunity up to Tier 5. When they reach Tier 4 the current traditional L2 clubs can say Goodbye to that for a long time to come. Very interested to know what these best interests in Scottish football are. All I can see from the various clubs that have come in to the leagues is that if they have money they can gather some of the better players together to progress up a league or 2. It doesn’t raise the standards of Scottish football at all, that’s a total myth. Most teams involved in this are part time for starters. And it’s the same players, just wearing a different jersey as someone else can offer them a bit more cash. If it was really in the best interests of Scottish football, things would be set up in a way to maximise development of players and increase the amount of youngsters ( and therefore adults in the future) who play the game. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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