Seven of the 12 SPL clubs have now gone public with plans to reject the
Reports suggest that plans are being put in place that would see
"Thereafter, if there is to be change, a joint presentation should be made by all the Scottish football governing bodies together and not on an ad hoc basis as at present.
"The board of DAFC can confirm that it will not be voting in favour of any solution which involves "Newco" being parachuted into SFL Division 1 next year.
"The revised proposals we have reviewed contain a number of suggestions that are entirely credible in isolation and everyone agrees that the structure of Scottish football must change.
"But it must be done for the right reasons and not used as some form of bargaining tool.
"The proposal document makes little or no mention of fans or their views, as was the case with the league reconstruction debate, and all these issues must now be put on the table to deliver a credible, equitable and viable solution.
"The document strongly implies that if the proposals are not accepted, then we will have financial meltdown in Scottish Football.
"But if the loyal fans across the country desert the game then commercial sponsors or TV companies will have no one to promote or broadcast to.
"The McLeish Report made a number of solid recommendations but Scottish football needs to be more radical with a number of additional matters being addressed as a matter of urgency, such as what do the paying public want?
"It would appear that the broad thrust of the McLeish Report appears to have been given immediate traction in the last couple of weeks, entirely for the wrong reasons."
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Sheffield United has made an approach to Motherwell for permission to hold talks with Stuart McCall over its managerial vacancy.