Scottish Premiership also says to hold off until the 2019/20 season. “Le SPFL (Scottish Professional Football League) Announced today that, after consultation with all 12 clubs, the SPFL board of directors has determined Premlila of 2019/20 has ended with immediate effect».
As for the championship, League One and League Two, «Season finale Was determined based on points per game In league games played by each club on 13 March 2020», Reads the note from SPFL.
«The Celtic decision resulted in the 2019/20 champions and Hearts being crowned for the championship“. Below is the complete final ranking:
Murdoch McLennanThe SPFL president commented on the decision: “First of all, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Celtic on officially winning the Premiership this season, and sincerely regret repeating the allegations heartily.».
«We all would have liked to see the end of the season on the pitch“, she added. “Kovid-19 has wreaked havoc in sports competitions across the world and the results will be felt for a long time. The Scottish Government imposed deep concerns and restrictions to protect both players and spectators He did not leave the SPFL a realistic option».
SPFL CEO Neil Doncaster said: “This decision now allows us Pay around £ 7 million in commissions To help clubs stay during incredibly difficult times. We will start processing these payments immediately».
«Now everyone involved will be focused on getting the football back and playing safely again as soon as possible. The first leg of the next Betfred Cup is scheduled for mid-July, with coverage from Premier Sports. The 2020/21 season in all four of our divisions will begin on August 1, with the introduction of our new and exclusive Five-year broadcast contract with Sky SportsHe concluded.
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