McCoist grateful for SFL invite
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Rangers manager Ally McCoist was thankful for being able to air his views on the restructuring of Scottish football.
Scottish Football League members met at Hampden on Thursday to look at the recent proposals to change the format of the game north of the border to a 12-12-18 structure.
The proposals have been met with a positive response, although there is still a chance that the authorities might opt for a 12-12-10-10 system in the future.
Rangers, as associate members of the SFL, do not have a vote on the issue but the manager was involved in the discussions and was grateful for being allowed to speak his mind.
"Once again, the SFL clubs, although we don't have a vote, opened the door for us to go in and were very receptive to our views and our opinions, which was fantastic," he said.
"It was a very good meeting because it gave us an opportunity to meet other clubs in the SFL, who we haven't met yet.
"As you can imagine, there were differences in opinion on one or two things and there was agreement on one or two things as well."