Glasgow Rangers will be playing in a 12-team Scottish Premiership next term.
Of course, that is exactly the same as last year, but for a short while it looked as though that could become 14. Following the premature end to the season which saw her club relegated to the second tier, Hearts owner Ann Budge pushed for a mix-up to the country’s league structure, and proposed a 14-10-10-10 system. However, only 16 sides agreed that was the way forward, and so the proposal was eventually squashed.
Hearts aren’t the only side to have been damaged by this, though – Partick Thistle find themselves in the same situation, with them now demoted to the third tier. Following the outcome of the result, they released a statement confirming that they will now be taking legal action, along with Hearts.
Do you back Partick Thistle's decision to take legal action?
This has attracted plenty of attention from the Gers supporters, and they have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
Go get them Partick
— knight templar (@knightt84238993) June 16, 2020
Go for it,this cartel needs to be stopped.
— perticus (@perticus1) June 16, 2020
Good! Time to end the corruption in the spfl …. hope this is the beginning of it
— s ferguson (@stephenf1976) June 16, 2020
Any club harshly done by here would take legal action don’t blame any club, the SPFL are a farce and not fit for what they should be doing you know the benefit of all clubs!
— Zander (@82Zander) June 16, 2020
The more the merrier.
When it hits the court the SPFL and their shoddy practices will be laid bare for all to see.
What on earth did they think would happen?
The SPFL have nowhere to run now and will reap what they sow.
Hell mend them. https://t.co/hpsF6YwePW
— steven wilson (@tinyloyal) June 16, 2020
Go get em Jackie, drain the swamp
— Brian Paton (@brianpaton9) June 16, 2020
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