“It’s happening”, “Championes” – Loads of Leeds fans flock to club’s post

Leeds United could be promoted as champions after the English Football League board announced new proposals that would see the season decided by an unweighted points-per-game system.

The EFL are still aiming to complete the final few fixtures when it is safe to do so, but have now offered a potential solution should teams in the second flight vote to end the campaign.

51% of its member clubs would need to vote in favour of the premature finish.

The system sees the west Yorkshire side finish top as they will go up with their nearest rivals West Bromwich Albion whilst Charlton Athletic, Luton Town and Barnsley would be relegated.

This latest revelation was relayed by United’s official Twitter feed on Thursday afternoon and supporters have been going nuts in response, practically celebrating the news as a major hint to them playing Premier League football next season.

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However, the top-flight would still have to agree to relegation on their part.

Plenty of the Elland Road faithful took a swipe at the ‘null and void’ argument as they are the ones backing Leeds staying in the division whilst others couldn’t contain their excitement.

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