sport news SPFL chief Neil Doncaster back on the radar for top job in the EFL ...

SPFL chief Neil Doncaster back on the radar for top job in the EFL after David Baldwin resigns after just four months in charge Baldwin has confirmed his intention to leave the role after just four months  The EFL begun the process of seeking a successor with immediate effect SPFL chief Doncaster will be sounded out over a return to English football

By Stephen Mcgowan For The Scottish Daily Mail

Published: 00:40 BST, 16 October 2020 | Updated: 08:35 BST, 16 October 2020

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The English Football League have placed Neil Doncaster back in the frame to be their next Chief Executive.

A divisive figure amongst Scottish fans, the SPFL chief was first contacted over the £450k post when Shaun Harvey left last year.

A lengthy search eventually ended in the EFL appointing David Baldwin after Doncaster opted to remain in Scotland.

EFL have placed Neil Doncaster (right)  back in the frame to be their next Chief Executive

EFL have placed Neil Doncaster (right)  back in the frame to be their next Chief Executive

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In a statement on Monday, however, Baldwin confirmed his intention to leave the role after just four months - citing the need to balance the needs of 'family, health

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