League One clubs vote to end MK Dons' season

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    The 2019/20 Sky Bet League One season is officially over for Milton Keynes Dons after clubs in the league voted to curtail the campaign.

    In a statement from the English Football League, clubs voted 'overwhelmingly' to bring the League One season to a close after numerous discussions took place to determine the circumstances of any potential stoppage.

    As it pertains to MK Dons, they will finish the season in 19th place, five points above the relegation zone and two points above bitter rivals AFC Wimbledon, securing them another season in the third tier.

    The decision will now allow chairman Pete Winkelman and manager Russell Martin the opportunity to turn their attentions to the future, with another season in League One guaranteed.

    With the league standings officially decided, Wycombe Wanderers, Oxford United, Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town will compete in a play-off to determine which club will earn promotion to the Sky Bet Championship.

    Tranmere Rovers, Southend United and Bolton Wanderers have been relegated to Sky Bet League Two while Coventry City have been crowned champions of League One, with Rotherham United securing automatic promotion thanks to their second-place finish.

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