Byline: BRIAN SCOTT
SCOTTISH football was warned yesterday that the move to form a miniature version of the English Premiership here could signal an end to our smaller clubs' hopes of winning even the occasional cup.
The caution was delivered by PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor, who said: 'Our experience suggests that, to some extent, the spice and variety of your football may well be diminished.
'We are used to seeing different clubs winning things in England and in Scotland only last season you had Kilmarnock winning the Scottish Cup.
'But I think the adoption of a Premiership set-up in Scotland would affect the dream factor for a lot of clubs …