In a dramatic turn of events, Premier League club presidents have proposed introducing a decider between the top two teams in the league standings to determine the ultimate champion. This controversial suggestion was made public by the President of Hamrun Spartans, Joseph Portelli, during a recent interview on TVM Sports+.

While some clubs may welcome the idea of a decider, Mr. Portelli made his opposition to the proposal clear. According to him, only his team and one other voted against it. The Hamrun Spartans President went as far as describing the proposal as “false and dangerous,” and he firmly believes that the team with the most points at the end of the season should be declared the league champions.

This proposal has set off a heated debate among club presidents. Some argue that a decider would add a thrilling dimension to the league.