- 15 Mar 2010
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- Jason Koumas / John Morrissey
I think Portsmouth, Ipswich and Sunderland should follow. In fact, hardly anyone is worse off under MP’s proposal. Most teams are unaffected, but more teams have a chance and only a few may have a slightly reduced chance of promotion. It’s more sporting and fairer.Peterborough have now publicly supported the Palios proposal. I have no idea of the wider support for our plan, but MP believes he can get a majority to support it next week.
Daily Mail reporting that we have been relegated so I probably misread Nixon's tweet.......Interesting that Alan Nixon has tweeted that the League One table is almost certain to be settled on pure PPG but that relegation to League Two is a 'close call'. I assume he is suggesting that the Barnsley proposal of no relegation is seriously being considered.
I don't think we will go down the legal route as it will be too costly and despite what the regs say we are unlikely to win any case.I wonder if MP will genuinely go legal if we lose .. if he will then he has a very good case IMO as I have read the EFL regs (sad I know) and I can't see that they what they are doing is allowed no matter what the vote... nowhere have I seen a clause which overrides that all fixture changes changes will apply to the next season. I am sure MP will not want to and it is costly of course BUT bit like BREXIT was if the other side know that ultimately you will do nothing then you get screwed....
We have no chance sadly, there's is no way there will be no.relegationI think our only hope is that the Barnsley FC proposal, which is scheduled to be voted on first, is accepted....
BARNSLEY’S ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL
- No club will be relegated from a division that fails to conclude its regular season fixtures
we will need to use the injustice of this farce and joke decisions to inspire us next season .It is more than 'bad luck'. We have been completely screwed by the EFL who had it in their power to annul our 'relegation'.
Our plan does not even work against the interests of the vast majority of the clubs who will vote against it, which makes it all the more galling.
We will remember who they were.