SPFL Board Elected for 2020-21
The SPFL has announced the identity of the seven club representatives who will serve on its board for the forthcoming season.
The SPFL Board includes three Scottish Premiership representatives, two from the Scottish Championship and two covering Scottish League 1 and Scottish League 2.
Elected to serve on the 2020-21 SPFL Board, alongside chairman Murdoch MacLennan, SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster and independent non-executive director Karyn McCluskey, were:
Scottish Premiership: Steve Brown (St Johnstone) Les Gray (Hamilton Academical) and Peter Lawwell (Celtic).
Scottish Championship: Ewen Cameron (Alloa Athletic) and Ross McArthur (Dunfermline Athletic)
Scottish League One and Scottish League Two: Ken Ferguson (Brechin City).
Also, Gordon Thomson (Clyde) has been elected as the alternate director for League One & League Two.
SPFL chairman Murdoch MacLennan said: “Our game is facing a series of challenges unlike anything it has ever experienced, and everyone involved in Scottish football is working tirelessly to restart matches soon.
“The SPFL directors have a key role to play in navigating those challenges and I’m pleased to welcome them on board for what promises to be a unique season ahead.
“Thanks to the dedication of thousands of people involved in our game, we are within touching distance of matches being resumed. It’s vital that we maintain that vigilance and discipline as we move towards a greater semblance of normality for our teams and for the supporters up and down the country who form the backbone of our sport.”