Let's do something really radical with the SPL
Do you fancy play-offs at the top of the Scottish Premier League?
We've seen the excitement that play-offs generate in England. Now we could be about to see the same in Scotland, both at the top and the bottom of any new top league set up.
Proposals will be put forward at the SPL meeting on Monday for radical change to give the game a lift by clubs who don't think recent proposals are radical enough.
SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster will have his work cut out for him on Monday.
There's a feeling that with the Old Firm having won the top league for the last 25 years, and we need to reinvigorate things at the top of the table.
I'm a believer that the man who crosses the line first wins the race, but maybe the finances are so lop-sided in our game that some kind of handicapping system is needed to give others a fighting chance.
A play-off with two legs home and away between, let's say, first versus third and second versus fourth, culminating in a play-off final at Hampden, would be a real potential money-spinner for broadcasters and could pull the fans out in their droves.
Fans who feel they have have not been consulted about the changes proposed appear to want a bigger league not a smaller one.
Managers too would like to have a bigger spread of clubs to alleviate the boredom of meeting each other four times a year.
I have not met one supporter in favour of a 10-team league.
We were told radical change was needed, play-offs at the top of the top league might be a real start.
One thing's for sure, it looks like it's back to the drawing board for the SPL on Monday.