A representative of the Millionaires Branch of the Professional Footballers Union has welcomed the recent 12 month transfer ban on Rangers, but claims that this does not go far enough, and should be extended to cover all members of the Scottish Premier League.
"For years the union has been complicit in the trafficking of talented but naive fresh-faced youths from throughout Europe, Africa and the Americas into the SPL, with scant regard for their well-being.
We have turned our backs on them, knowing full well that these hapless individuals would be thrown into the nether hells that are Perth, Motherwell and Inverness, returning as ruined and broken men - emotionally and physically scarred for life.
Even the toughest of tough scandinavian players have found themselves reaching levels of disillusionment and torpor only found in the patients at the Stockholm Institute for the Terminally Dour.
We are ashamed of our part in this human tragedy. This exploitation must end now"
The Union has also been considering an expansion of the ban to include the English Premier League.
"It is the same story for Birmingham, Newcastle and Stoke. Innocents and lambs to the slaughter, lives ruined for a paltry £150k a week - it has to stop.
And no civilised society can ever justify Wigan"