Scottish Premier League clubs meet on Monday to discuss their reaction to the decision to place the Rangers newco in the Third Division amid warnings that up to five of them could follow the Ibrox club into administration.
St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour revealed his own club were among those battling to stay solvent after Scottish Football League clubs rejected a plan to place the relaunched club in the First Division.
Gilmour's comments - accusing SFL clubs of damaging Scottish football - betrayed an expectation that the lower-league clubs would accept the reconstruction deal that accompanied the plan. The scheme was formulated by executives of both leagues along with SFA chief executive Stewart Regan, whose position has come under scrutiny.
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