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* 2. Do you feel that some form of Financial Fair Play within the domestic leagues would help prevent future financial failures of our football clubs?

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* 3. Which (if any) Scottish football clubs do you feel are currently at high risk of financial failure?

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* 4. Do you think financial regulation would have negative implications for the attractiveness or enjoyment of football?

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* 5. Given a scenario where FFP in domestic football were adopted, which would your prefered option be?

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* 6. Given a scenario where FFP were to be introduced to Scottish domestic football, to what extent would you like to see this implemented

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* 7. How important would the cost of such a monitoring system be in your decision as to whether it is a welcome improvement or not ? [where 0 stars is very unimportant and 5 stars is very important]

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* 8. The SPFL introduced a change some years back so that they are now notified when member clubs fall behind in their tax obligations. Given ongoing tax payments (such as VAT and PAYE) represent operating cash flows paid out of available working capital, are you comfortable that this measure alone provides sufficient 'early warning' of financial distress?

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* 9. The SPFL introduced a change some years back so that Clubs now receive penalties (point deductions) for entering administration or re-entering administration.  Is this on its own a sufficient deterrent to enforce sustainable financial planning on member clubs? [alternate penalties could include transfer restrictions, relegation, access to tournaments denied, etc]

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* 10. Would you like to see some form of FFP implemnted in Scottish domestic football competition

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