The vote on the current proposal which would see all lower leagues come to a conclusion with immediate effect is in jeopardy if not happening after juxtaposition.
It was thought the SPFL had enough votes to see this through but according to Keith Jackson of The Record, Aberdeen will now vote against the outcome.
Nine SPFL teams have to go for it and right now it appears The Rangers, Hearts, Aberdeen and Hibernian will stop it from happening.
I'm told Aberdeen will join Rangers and Hearts to vote against SPFL shutdown. That means one more 'no' vote from the top flight will sink the proposals. Hibs and Ross County undeclared.
— keith jackson (@tedermeatballs) April 10, 2020
Let’s be honest, everybody is voting for self interests and it’s completely understandable. The only one with the flimsiest case is The Rangers who are just voting so they’re not seen to be crowning Celtic rightful champions.
We’ll see what today brings but a new proposal might have to come into play, one with league restricting to allow relegation not to take place for one season and have a larger league.