Scottish football could lose nearly £30 million if matches added to crown jewels

March 18 – Gordon Smith, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association (SFA), is to warn the British Government that if they force them to sell their international matches to a free-to-air television channel then it will cost them nearly £30 million in lost revenue.

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