Ten Clubs Look for Scottish Football League Breakaway

May 3, 2013

According to reports, erectile ten clubs are considering a breakaway from the Scottish Football League.

A letter signed by the 10 clubs is to be sent to the Scottish Premier League ahead of their meeting next week according to BBC Scotland.

The clubs involved make up the current First Division, with the exception of promoted Partick Thistle and relegated Airdrie United.

But Dundee, who appear certain to be relegated from the SPL, and Second Division winners Queen of the South have both signed up to the changes.

The development comes after a meeting at New Douglas Park on Thursday, when the clubs decided they would try and force a restructuring of Scottish football.

For any breakaway to succeed, SPL clubs would need to approve the plan with an 11-1 majority required.