Cowdenbeath finance director David Allan has called for the SPFL to make the season’s standings final and avoid clubs like Rangers finding themselves in a “Dallas scenario.”

The Fifers sit fourth in League Two and Allan doesn’t think the SPFL should replicate “Bobby Ewing’s dream season” and expect everyone to just forget that it happened.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - APRIL 09: Donald Findlay QC, attends day two of the Clutha helicopter crash fatal accident inquiry at Hampden Park on April 9 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. Ten people died, and 31 others were injured when a police helicopter crashed onto the roof of the Clutha bar in Glasgow, on 29 November 2013.

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Former Rangers director Donald Findlay QC is chairman of the Blue Brazil and had previously been quoted saying the league should just “put it on hold and leave it.

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“Calling the season gives us certainty,” Allan told BBC Radio Scotland’s Sportsound, as quoted by the Glasgow Times.

“Whether it’s about the money or not, let’s just call it over.

 

“I am not one that goes for the void route. We have played 75 per cent of the season, surely that’s enough? Otherwise you are getting into the realms of the Dallas scenario – Bobby Ewing’s dream season where we just forget about it. I am not keen on that.

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“We are fourth in the league, if we get fourth-placed money then that would be very helpful. We are not going to take legal action if we don’t get a play-off.”

Rangers and Hearts have both publicly voiced their opposition to awarding trophies based on the current standings, insisting it would damage the integrity of the game.

A general view of the stadium during the UEFA Europa League Group G match between Glasgow Rangers and FC Porto at Ibrox Park, Glasgow on Thursday 7th November 2019.

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With football unlikely to resume before August at the earliest, the SPFL will have to find some sort of solution if games can’t get completed.

Whatever happens, there will be some clubs unhappy and it looks destined that the outcome of the title might well be decided in a courtroom.

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