EFL News Live: Latest updates ahead of key vote to decide Portsmouth's League One season

The big vote to decide the EFL season takes place next Tuesday.

Saturday, 6th June 2020, 9:22 am
Updated Saturday, 6th June 2020, 9:27 am
Fratton Park. Picture: Graham Hunt

Here’s the latest updates and what’s being said along with the latest Pompey news.

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EFL News Live: Latest updates ahead of key vote to decide Portsmouth's season

Last updated: Saturday, 06 June, 2020, 16:17

  • Vote will take place on Tuesday
  • Clubs have forwarded number of proposals and amendments
  • EFL receiving criticism from league members

Good morning Pompey!

Welcome to our daily blog which will keep you updated on all the latest ahead of the key EFL vote on Tuesday along with the all the news from Fratton Park and around League One

EFL facing a barrage of criticism over delays to voting

Darragh MacAnthony 's had his say on EFL leadership in his usual explosive manner!

We've got the inside track on the exact proposals on the table next Tuesday

Check out our latest podcast for the lowdown on Tuesday's meeting and the latest from Fratton Park

Opinion was canvassed around League One clubs over how a vote would go - and here's the outcome

It's an epic rant of MacAnthony-esque proportions again - here's some of his latest words on the EFL

I don’t understand how we get to a stage where we’re not going to finish the season, f*** it we have to come up with another way of doing it. Let’s go down this points per game nonsense.

We were told this and it changed. The EFL had enough time to get their s*** in gear and their act together. It’s the biggest load of b******* you’ve heard in your life.  

We’re one of the most professional leagues in the world. We’re revered and admired from the outside. That admiration has gone out of the window because right now we look Mickey Mouse.

Darragh MacAnthony

Sticking to their guns

Pompey are sticking firmly to their policy of voting for the season to continue on the pitch. The Blues feel that’s the right thing to do, even if they now realise they are likely to be one of the only clubs to do so while others back the various proposals which suit their agendas.

How many of these Pompey triallists do you remember?

Anyone excited at the thought of having a pint here once again?

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