More Scottish clubs 'in financial trouble'

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The finances of Scottish football clubs have worsened in the last six months, according to a survey.

Business recovery firm Begbies Traynor said six clubs in Scotland's three top divisions were showing signs of distress at the end of October.

That is two more than when the survey was first carried out in April 2012.

Partner at Begbis Traynor, and former chairman of Leeds United, Gerald Krasner told BBC News that Scottish clubs' revenue was not as secure as English teams, especially following the demotion of Rangers.

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