SPL bank on more backers.
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And it also falls short of the pounds 10m which was on the table from former Scottish League backers, whisky company Bells, who withdrew because of the uncertainty surrounding the future of the league.
The shortfall has resulted in the SPL bosses trying to attract around half a dozen, so- called sub-sponsors to the Bank of Scotland.
They would put a smaller amount of money into the game for a reduced level of
The set-up will now be known as the Bank of Scotland's Scottish Premier League.
However, now that a sponsor has been found, the big question is - what will their money be used for?
The SPL have said in the past that they hope to earmark earmark
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What they do with this cash will be a test of that commitment.
The search will continue for other sub-sponsors and also for a backer for the SPL's under- 21 league.