Rangers fans and Scottish football remains none the wiser over what will happen to the season after the SPFL’s proposal appeared to hit the skids on a technicality.
According to various reports, clubs were not actually required to vote to a 5pm deadline today as the game’s professional body majorly change tact at the final minute.
These reports are claiming that clubs had 28 days to vote on the resolution with talk of prize money being dished out clouding the judgment of member clubs.
Under SPFL rules, clubs have 28 days to cast their vote. There’s no deadline. The SPFL asked clubs to submit votes by 5pm today, that’s all.
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Before the final votes had been cast or counted the SPFL also rushed to release the data concerning those who had voted.
As it stands the vote hangs in the balance with Inverness believed to be the deciding party in all of this with their vote potentially voiding the proposal in the Scottish Championship.
In the Scottish Premiership, 10 clubs have voted in favour of the proposal, with one voting against and another yet to declare.
In League One and League Two 16 clubs have voted in favour of proposals meaning the resolution has passed in the top tier and the bottom two.
As it stands the resolution has neither passed nor failed as all eyes turn to the Tulloch Stadium ahead of what promises to be a monumental decision taken by Inverness bosses.