Falkirk join Hearts and Rangers in not supporting SPFL resolution

Following the release of their statement last night Falkirk have joined Premiership clubs Rangers and Heart of Midlothian in voicing their concerns about the SPFL's resolution to curtail the league season.

Falkirk FC Chairman Gary Deans and the board are unanimous that they can't support the resolution
Falkirk FC Chairman Gary Deans and the board are unanimous that they can't support the resolution

The Bairns released their statement last night in which they said the board were unanimous is not being able to support the resolution.

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Falkirk board unanimous in decision not to support SPFL resolution

Rangers were first to voice their concerns, saying they "firmly believe that the 2019/20 season is only complete when all 38 games have been played to a finish," you can read the full statement HERE.

Hearts then released a message from their Chairman, Anne Budge, saying they "Will not be voting in favour of the proposal as it stands," you can read that statement HERE.