Charles Green’s plan for Sevco to short cut their way to the top have been kicked into touch by Alloa chairman Mike Mulraney.
A cheeky bid by the £1m/month loss making newcomers was launched on Monday as football chiefs prepare to vote on reconstruction plans.
Green wants Sevco to leapfrog past all 10 clubs in Division Two of the SFL missing out on the opportunity to make new friends at clubs they have never played before.
Alloa were Third Division champions last season with Mulraney amused at Green’s bid to get fast tracked into the second top division.
“My reaction is one of mild amusement,” the Alloa chief admitted. “Wouldn’t it be lovely if we all got to dictate which league we play in next season?
“Rangers are trying to bat for what is in their interests. They are entitled to put forward their case, I am entitled to ignore it.
“Alloa won the Third Division last season. Does that mean we deserve to go up two leagues? If we win promotion we’d go up on merit. That would be fair.”
As part of Green’s master-plan lower division clubs would be paid for at least 600 Sevco tickets a season with an Ibrox Colts side admitted to SFL membership.
Explaining his thinking Green said: “The principle of promotion and relegation for the clubs which fall into these categories at the end of this season should be enshrined in any new league set up.
“So, if, as widely predicted, we end up with a 12-12-18 set up, Rangers should be promoted and this promotion should be to the middle tier.”
As associate members of the SFA and SPL Sevco will have no vote in reconstruction talks.
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