Peterborough owner Darragh MacAnthony has hit out at League One clubs who voted to end the season early.
Englands third tier was curtailed due to the coronavirus on Tuesday, with final positions decided on an unweighted points per game system.
MacAnthony has been Peterborough chairman since 2006
It saw Peterborough drop from fourth to seventh, despite being just three points off an automatic promotion spot with 11 games to play.
MacAnthony labelled the situation a s*** show on Twitter.
He said: The state of my timeline full of fans loving the fact that 18 ‘football clubs’ voted to not play football & the ramifications of it.
Bravo to the 4 Football clubs who did vote to play on. The @EFL @SkyBetLeagueOne shit show draws to a close. Enjoy your summer football fans.
MacAnthony was furious with the decision to end the season early
The news condemns Peterborough to an EIGHTH successive season in League One.
In January, MacAnthony vowed to step down as chairman if Posh failed to win promotion to the Championship this term – and he appears to be sticking to his word.
When asked if he would still resign, the Irishman replied: Yes Will. Check my Profile. Man of my word even when a pandemic plays its part. All good.
MacAnthony says he is a man of his word and will step down as chairman
Peterborough director of football Barry Fry insists the club feels cheated by the EFL.
He told BBC Look East: “I’ve been in the game 60 years and it’s the biggest disappointment I’ve ever had.
“I feel my club has been cheated for the chance of promotion.
“Your form at home, your form away, they took nothing into consideration. I think it’s been a disgrace the way it’s been handled from day one.
“The governing bodies have let the football family down, I’m so annoyed.”
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