Partick go down legal route over SPFL plan to abandon Scottish season

14 April 2020 07:58
Thistle insist league’s resolution cannot be passed Dundee: ‘It is a time for integrity and impartiality’The acrimony attached to the Scottish Professional Football League’s attempts to abandon this season shows no sign of abating after Partick issued a legal challenge to the governing body.Partick have joined Rangers, Hearts, Inverness and Aberdeen in voicing their unhappiness with the SPFL’s handling of matters triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. Partick’s sentiment, issued in conjunction with advice given by a QC, is not believed to be in isolation and could be the most troublesome yet for the league. Related: How Scottish football's voting farce led to open warfare breaking out Related: Confusion surrounds key Dundee vote on decision to abandon SPFL season Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian