Scottish Football League chairmen from all 30 clubs are set to vote on which division they believe Rangers newco should be playing in next season.
Ahead of the vote at Hampden, STV spoke to a variety of representatives from SFL clubs to get their thoughts ahead of their decision.
Chairmen have also given their general thoughts on the voting process, the top-level administrators in the Scottish game and proposals for change.
Scott Gardiner, Dundee
"We were told 10 days ago that we were conflicted. We got an email at 4:51pm last night saying Dundee had to vote. It's inexplicable. We were told we had to vote.
"We want good, clear, honest leadership. I was sending emails at 1am and was still trying to get clarity at 6am. I'm perplexed.
"We are concerned the start of the season could be delayed because we don't know which league we are in.
"Time is running out. We need clarity today and then the same on Monday (for the SPL vote).
"It isn't appropriate to say how Dundee will vote. We don't know the full facts yet. We don't have enough info but we are told we will get more of that today."
Turnbull Hutton, Raith Rovers
"Some of the horror stories (we have been told) about the finances...15 months ago Neil Doncaster and Henry McLeish stood there and said it had to be a 10-team SPL or it was going to be financial Armageddon if that didn't happen. Now we are talking about a 16-team SPL.
"There has been a degree of trust (in Stewart Regan) lost, yes.
"It is not for me to appoint a chief executive in SFA but if that face has gone and we have to do something to sort this mess out then maybe a new face, a new approach will be the way forward."
Henry McLelland, Annan Athletic
Mr McLelland suggested that both Stewart Regan and Neil Doncaster should resign from their positions.
John Yorkston, Dunfermline
"Dunfermline have made their position clear. I think that (Division 3) is the way it has got to go.
"We need to see what the ramifications are. Obviously other people are looking at the financial situation.
"I don't think everybody necessarily believes those figures we've been given but if the figures are correct it is part of the pain we have to bear."
"I don't agree that putting Rangers in Division 3 would be the death of Scottish football. Rangers would work their way back up.
"I don't know if anyone knows anything about Sevco. I know nothing about them other than what I have read in the media. We will ask the powers that be if they are confident Newco Rangers can satisfy their fixtures.
"Today is not the appropriate time to discuss any vote of no confidence in Stewart Regan or Neil Doncaster."
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