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Rangers and Celtic given green light to propose fresh plans over B teams entering Scotland's League Two as Glasgow clubs offer up to £1m to seal agreement Rangers and Celtic will propose entering B teams into Scotland's League Two  A proposal to admit colts teams into senior football was rejected last summer  The Glasgow clubs are offering up to £1million as part of the agreement Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson is chairing a working group 

By Stephen Mcgowan For The Scottish Daily Mail

Published: 00:31 GMT, 6 January 2021 | Updated: 00:40 GMT, 6 January 2021

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New plans are under discussion for Celtic and Rangers colts teams to enter an expanded 16-team League Two.

A Rangers proposal to admit Old Firm B sides to the senior leagues as part of a league reconstruction blueprint failed to garner enough support from clubs last summer.

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Following a request to the SFA’s Professional Game Board, however, Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson has been given the green light to come up with a fresh bid - with the Glasgow clubs offering up to £1million as part of the agreement.

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has been given the green light to come up with a fresh bid over Old Firm sides entering B teams into Scotland's League Two

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has been given the green light to come up with a fresh bid over Old Firm sides entering B teams into Scotland's League Two

A working group chaired by Robertson, which includes Steve Brown of St Johnstone, Partick Thistle’s Gerry Britton, Stenhousemuir chairman Iain McMenemy and George Fraser of the Lowlands League, is

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