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|Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne calls for SPFL, SFA summit
maxbet Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has called for the SPFL to seek a summit with the Scottish FA in the wake of "several controversial decisions" this season. Milne believes there is "genuine concern" for the game in Scotland and has called for consistency and transparency.
The Aberdeen board were angered when the Dons were originally scheduled to play Rangers in the Betfred Cup semi-finals at Hampden Park at noon on Sunday October 28, with Celtic due to face Hearts at the same stadium later in the day. They have also been upset with a number of decisions made by the SFA's disciplinary panel, including Scott McKenna's retrospective red card for a foul on Celtic's Odsonne Edouard.
Milne has now called on SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster to seek a summit with the SFA in order to establish a greater understanding for all the game's stakeholders, including clubs, players, authorities maxbet and supporters, as to the process and decision-making procedures employed by the governing body. Commenting on Aberdeen's official website, he said: "I very much feel there is genuine concern for the state of the game in Scotland at the moment.
"We simply must have consistency and transparency or we all, as clubs, the SFA and the SPFL lose significant credibility and risk losing the fans maxbet who have been baffled by several of the outcomes arrived at recently. "Without supporters there is no game and they, as we all do, deserve far more clarity and transparency than we have at present.