Byline: PETER JARDINE
FERGUS McCANN had barely stepped off a flight from Canada before he began warning anyone who would listen that 40 clubs was far too many for a nation with a five million population.
Now it seems the Third Lanark scenario is moving ever closer with the question being asked today in the small towns of Scottish football: What will happen to the rest?
Rangers vice-chairman Donald Findlay, juggling the issues of devolution and revolution yesterday, said: 'I think some small clubs will die inevitably. I have said for a long time, and I stress it is only my opinion, that it is crazy that junior clubs can attract bigger crowds than some of our …