The member clubs in Scotland are set to meet on Thursday to discuss a way forward for Scottish football in the wake of the current crisis, BBC Sport reports.

The report claims that Celtic and the other clubs in Scotland will be able to call in and discuss the current situation, as there is set to be a series of meetings that will discuss the proposals that have been suggested to help Scottish football.

The outside of Celtic Park

The outside of Celtic Park (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

It will be interesting to see who from Celtic is involved in the meeting. You would imagine that Peter Lawwell might well be there, as he will surely be a key man in shaping Scottish football going forward.


Meeting is sensible move

The meeting does seem like the right thing to do though. In these unprecedented times, Scottish football has to stick together, to ensure that there is still going to be a game to support when the current crisis is over.

General view of Celtic Park

General view of Celtic Park / (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It would possibly be a good idea to have a series of meetings, as Scottish football needs to have some stability during this uncertain time.

Hoops chief is ideal candidate to lead meetings

An ideal candidate to lead the meetings, should they happen, would have to be Peter Lawwell, but that might be queried by some other teams in Scotland.

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Still, it will be interesting to see what the outcome of the meeting is. Hopefully a plan is put in place to see Scottish football through these turbulent times.

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