CELTIC’S WEEKEND clash with Kilmarnock fell victim to the weather, so a lot of Donegal fans didn’t travel with the police calling off the match due to poor road conditions.
The good news is that Rangers could only manage a draw away to Inverness which means the Hoops are now just three points behind having played the same number of games.
Meanwhile the BBC is reporting that a proposed two-tier SPL with 10 teams in each is being put to clubs.
As part of the reconstruction, play-offs would be introduced, the season would start earlier and a winter break would be built in.
The leagues beneath the top two would be regionalised if the plans put forward by the SPL’s Strategic Working Group are ratified.
It is anticipated any changes would be introduced the season after next.
The working group was meeting on Sunday to draw up final details of what will be presented to all 12 SPL clubs at a meeting on 20 December.
While the proposals could be voted on at next Monday’s meeting, it is understood a deferral of the vote until January is more likely, to allow clubs to fully consider the detail of the plan.
Equally, it is possible change could be pushed through in time for the beginning of next season, but season 2012/13 is viewed as being a more realistic timeframe.
The working group consists of the SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster, chairman Ralph Topping and representatives of Rangers, Celtic, Hibernian, Motherwell and St Mirren.
Celtic’s next game is away to Hamilton this Saturday, kick-off 12.45pm.