Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he’s past caring about the outcome of SPFL’s attempt to conclude the Championship, League One and League Two seasons after it descended into farce last night.
All 42 member clubs were asked to vote by 5pm yesterday on the proposal to end the Championship, League One and League Two which would crown Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers as respective champions and relegate Partick Thistle and Stranraer.
To pass, the motion required 75% approval in each of the four divisions, but last night three clubs had still to vote, one in the Premiership, one in the Championship and one in Leagues One or Two.
The Championship is the only division that has not yet got 75% approval with the final club’s vote make or break.
Blue Toon boss McInally, Scotland’s longest serving manager, said: “I’m putting things in perspective and there are bigger things to worry about.
“I’m concerned about seeing my grandkids again. The way things have developed over the last few days football has gone potty and totally lost perspective of itself.
“I’m at the point where I almost don’t care because of the way it’s been handled. Whatever happens and however it affects our team we’ll take it on the chin, but I would like to have a way forward.If the season has to be finished at all costs and we end up being relegated then so be it.
“For me it’s not about wanting it to be passed because we’d be OK, it’s about wanting something to happen one way or the other so we have some sort of plan going forward.
“But when you have so many people making a decision you don’t get a decision. That’s not having a go at anybody – it’s having a go at the system because the system is wrong.
“If they say this season has to be finished at all costs and it takes until August, September, October or even longer then bring it on.
“But let’s put things in perspective, it’s not the most important thing in the world.
“What has been shown with the vote is that most people in the lower leagues and even the Premiership want it.
“So a lot of people want the same thing. Everyone knew the clubs that had issues with it and that’s understandable, Partick Thistle for example weren’t going to vote to relegate themselves.”