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Fresh rumours emerge of Scottish club on the brink of administration

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Speculation about a leading Scottish club going into administration has resurfaced again tonight.

On Friday Chris McLaughlin mentioned the prospect during a podcast, tonight the far more reliable and independent Celtic Underground/Celtic Rumours account has shared news of a leaked email causing some distress.

Despite the events of 2012 there is no meaningful regulations in Scottish football, a warning system comes into play if a club fails to pay wages on time.

With the majority of Scottish players now on and other clubs deferring or cutting wages the limited scheme has been put on hold.

The last full round of SPFL matches were played on March 7 with clubs now approaching two months without a home match. While holders are in the majority hospitality brings in worthwhile sums match by match with clubs benefitting from their own shops and other associated revenue streams.

Next week SPFL clubs are due to vote on whether to stage an independent investigation into the process involved in the vote to end the season based on average points per game.

So far no evidence has been forwarded to the clubs ahead of the vote.

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