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POLL: Do you think Rangers and Celtic 'B' teams, Highland League and Lowland League clubs should play in League Two next season as part of an SPFL league reconstruction proposal?

By Craig Christie

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Old Firm giants Rangers and Celtic are understood to be trying to get their colt teams into the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL).


Read more: Elgin City issue statement on league reconstruction proposal.

A proposal is being drawn up to bring both Glasgow sides, plus two Highland League and two Lowland League teams into League two next season.

It is claimed that lower league clubs will benefit financially, while critics of reconstruction say there are already too many senior clubs in Scottish football.

Would a new 16-team division work, or should the existing pyramid system be enough to allow clubs to progress through the levels?

Maybe a new league with just Rangers and Celtic colt teams brought in, or one without the Old Firm but with Higgland League champions Brora Rangers and Lowland league winners Kelty Hearts, would be your preference?

You can have your vote here, poll closes at noon on Monday, March 22 when the result will be published.

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