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Early in discussions in regards to a "parachute" into the SPL, Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnson stated that it was likely that Kilmarnock would vote in favour of Rangers re-entry to the SPL, were also vocal in their opinion, declaring that they were likely to vote no.
St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown declared that he would in principle oppose an automatic re-entry depending on the extent of the sanctions and conditions, Celtic were the only SPL club not to announce their voting intentions prior to the ballot taking place, but later released a statement confirming their "no" vote and stating that "the integrity of the game was of paramount importance" and that the "decision to refuse access into the SPL was an overwhelming one and demonstrates the depth of feeling amongst everyone involved in Scottish football".
While the manager, Ally Mc Coist and a number of players were willing to transfer, other first team players such as team captain Steven Davis, Steven Naismith and Steven Whittaker refused to have their contracts transferred under TUPE regulations and became free agents.
Walter Smith's consortium, including Scottish businessmen Douglas Park and Jim Mc Coll, made a £6million offer that was also turned down.
It has been interesting agreeing with and/or crossing swords with other members of the BB, but I am afraid that XEL has just been one long disa Flointment' "The EWT was a great success, and Bentley appeared to be a great asset yet Big Oil seems to think differently." No they don't.