Rather than get his share prospectus published in time for a pre-Christmas AIM listing the Sevco chairman has again been running down the SPL that he tried to talk his way into in July.
Green has escaped any censure from the SFA for his continued criticism of the SPL. Despite failing to deliver on over a dozen promises made since appearing at Ibrox in May the former Sheffield United chief believes that he has the solutions that Scottish football has been waiting for.
As ever with Green he had to bring Celtic into the discussion despite having no contact with the SPL champions.
“I think the whole aspect of reconstruction needs a long and hard look and maybe one of the things that people ought to consider is bringing someone from outside in to look at it,” Green suggested.
“When I see what’s ‘appening up ‘ere there still seem to be lots of agendas. I hear comments that people don’t what Rangers ‘ere, well I can make it easy people – we don’t want to be back with the SPL people while this continued persecution of the club for title stripping is going on.
“All of the things that has put the game into the terrible state it’s in need to be put behind us and we can move forward.
“When you look at some of the attendances it’s definitely not working.
“And this is not about Rangers should be in SPL 1 or not – the SPL is a busted flush. People are sick of seeing clubs playing each other four times a season and the season finished by December because only two clubs can win it.
“It needs a long ‘ard look and maybe Doncaster and Longmuir need to knock their ‘eads together and get some real sense on the table and come up with a model that is best for Scottish football.
“Someone needs to get a hold of this and deal with it now because it could all end in terms.
“I’m not sure SFL clubs will rush to join the SPL. There is a big sense of injustice about how they were being told what to over where Rangers should go and we all saw the outcome of that.
“They were told to put Rangers in the First Division and quite rightly the SFL clubs didn’t listen and puts us in the Third Division and we are happy to be there.”
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