SPL clubs planning to resign

The chairmen of the Scottish Premier League clubs today agreed a new television deal with the BBC - but also started the countdown for the League’s melt down.

The 10 non-Old Firm clubs have declared they will hand in their resignation after failing to agree with Rangers and Celtic over plans to change the voting structure.

Bryan Jackson, Motherwell’s administrator, said: "The 10 SPL clubs do intend to resign in the next 24 hours."

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