By Marc Donnelly
Scottish Premier League clubs are meeting at Hampden on Monday to discuss league reconstruction plans that could be be put in force next season.
Just two weeks after league format proposals were rejected by St Mirren and Ross County, the clubs will meet to reconsider flaws in the plans.
Introduction of play-offs that will create another promotion place to the top league are being considered, along with the possibility of First Division clubs creating an ‘SPL 2’.
The second-tier clubs want the changes to come in time for next season in order to close the financial gap between SPL and SFL clubs.