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QTS have been announced as the sponsors of the latter stages of the Scottish League Cup.

 

STV has learned that the league body has agreed a deal in the region of £100,000 for sponsorship of the semi-finals and final of this year’s competition.

 

The rail infrastructure firm's name currently appears on the shirts of Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock.

 

Dundee United and Aberdeen contest the first semi-final on January 31, with Celtic and Rangers meeting at Hampden the following day.

 

The League Cup has been without a sponsor this season, while the league has been searching for a new sponsor for three years.

 

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: "We are delighted to be working in partnership with QTS, an ambitious and growing Scottish business with a proud history of successful sport sponsorship – a perfect fit for the competition.

 

"With two cracking Scottish League Cup semi-finals in the New Year, as well as the final in March, everyone at the SPFL is looking forward to working with QTS to maximise the profile of both the competition and of the business and to bring excitement to fans of the clubs and Scottish football."

 

Clydesdale Bank announced in November 2011 they were ending their involvement with the then Scottish Premier League.

 

http://sport.stv.tv/football/clubs/dundee-united/304094-qts-to-be-named-sponsor-for-latter-stages-of-scottish-league-cup/?

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The game most certainly is not doing fine.

 

It's prospering. It's booming. It's flourishing.

 

Your command of the English language is slightly better than mine, dB, so there's no excuse for not having understood the message from SFA/SPFL control.

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