League Two clubs vote for season to come to an end

League Two clubs vote for season to come to an end

League Two clubs vote for season to come to an end

Swindon Town have been awarded the League Two title and have been promoted after clubs have voted to end the season based on points per game. The EFL have said that by an "overwhelming majority" League Two clubs have voted following a meeting with the league on Tuesday.

Alongside Swindon Town, Crewe and Plymouth have also joined the champions in getting promoted to League One, While Cheltenham, Exeter, Colchester and Northampton will contest the play-offs with the first game being played on the 18th of June.

At this moment in time Stevenage are currently sitting at the bottom of the table and are going into the national League but this could change because second bottom Macclesfield are facing disciplinary action with a potential points deduction.

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James Wilson

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