Sunday Supplement on what the future holds for EFL
With the future of this season's EFL still บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ10บาท very much in doubt, the Sunday Supplement panel debate all the thorny issues over its possible return to action.
Reports in the Athletic last week claimed that the EFL will tell clubs in League One and League Two there is no chance of playing any more games this season and ask them to vote on a method to decide promotion and relegation.
However, taking such a สมัครเล่นเกมยิงปลา step would have huge ramifications for both the players and supporters of EFL clubs up and down the country, while deciding to return to action behind closed doors though would also have equally serious consequences for those in charge of the clubs.
As such, there is no easy answer to the current situation in the Championship and Leagues One and Two, with the panel discussing the various options now facing the EFL…
The Championship will inevitably follow suit
Mark Ogden - senior football writer, ESPN: "The Championship will wait as long as possible before they have to take that step, but again there will be a lot of clubs in the Championship who are facing financial difficulty in the sense that playing behind closed doors will be disastrous from them.
"I wouldn't be วิธีเล่นไฮโลออนไลน์บนมือถือ surprised if two or three weeks down the line, we get to a situation where the Championship follows League One and League Two, but they will find a way to get the playoffs done.
"Obviously, you've got the thorny issue at the top with Leeds and West Brom. Leeds are seven points clear of third place and West Brom are six points clear of (third-placed) Fulham, but Fulham would argue with a six-point gap to West Brom, they could climb into the top two. But it may be a case of having to settle the top two and then play off the remaining four.
"But the Championship is เว็บหนังออนไลน์ดีที่สุด always a very tight league. There are probably clubs down in tenth or 11th who could say they are being denied the chance of a play-off place.