MacGregor in call for change

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor is confident a change to the current league format will take place at Hampden on Monday.

Last Updated: 29/04/13 at 19:00 Post Comment

Roy MacGregor: Ross County chairman wants new league set up in Scotland

Roy MacGregor: Ross County chairman wants new league set up in Scotland

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MacGregor and St Mirren counterpart Stewart Gilmour voted against proposals to change the league format earlier this month in a meeting where the 10 other Scottish Premier League chairmen backed the proposed three divisions of 12, 12, 18.

But MacGregor insists there does need to be a different format from the current system.

"Change isn't a necessity, it's inevitable. We've got to find the right formula," MacGregor said.

"There is a meeting next week and I really believe that something will come back to the table that everyone can buy into.

"I wouldn't be speaking as optimistically as I am if I didn't believe something would happen.

"I think it could be in place for next season. The board met and are looking at alternatives."

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