SPFL votes live as Dundee holds power balance in historic vote


When it comes to Scottish football, we are second to none in terms of everything that somehow ends in disaster.

Clubs were to vote on an SPFL proposal on what to do in the coronavirus crisis at 5 p.m. Friday, but a club missed the deadline.

Dundee says they voted but the SPFL did not receive it, and now they are considering changing their minds and voting in favor of the proposals put in place by the league.

The likes of Rangers, Hearts, Partick Thistle and Falkirk were not satisfied with the proposals and all voted no to the plans.

But that was not enough to stop him with the Premiership, League One and League Two who all passed the plans, but waiting for Dundee left him on hold.

Aberdeen was among the clubs to vote no, but they changed their minds late and decided they would actually vote for the plans.

While all of this is happening, there has been a war of words between the Rangers and the SPFL over a resolution that the Ibrox club said it tabled on Wednesday.

He was dismissed as incompetent, but the Rangers say they were ignored by the governing body when they asked for help, while the league said they never contacted them.

Stay tuned throughout the day for what’s sure to be busy.


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