We reported the SPFL plans yesterday to curtail all lower divisions, crowning winners and losers of each division. The provision also stipulates the Premiership would be dealt with the same way, but only after every option was exhausted to end the season.
This is getting set to head to a vote with clubs having until Friday 5pm to get their vote in.
For the vote to pass, 75% of the top flight clubs must agree to it, 75% of championship clubs and 75% of League one and Two clubs combined.
SPFL: Nine Clubs Must Vote For
Championship: Nine Clubs Must Vote For
League One & Two: Fifteen Clubs Must Vote For
The Glasgow Times report this is each SPFL Clubs voting intention:
CELTIC – FOR
RANGERS* – AGAINST
MOTHERWELL – FOR
ABERDEEN – FOR
LIVINGSTON – FOR
ST JOHNSTONE – FOR
HIBS – AGAINST
KILMARNOCK – FOR
ST MIRREN – FOR
ROSS COUNTY – FOR
HAMILTON – FOR
HEARTS – AGAINST
Nine apparently voting FOR. However, it would only take one club to change their mind for this proposal to go back up for discussion.
It is a big thing to relegate clubs on current standings. Both the SPFL and Championship have runaway leaders so naming champions is the easy part.