The EFL have confirmed that a meeting will now take place next Tuesday to determine what will happen with 2019/20.
The EFL board met today to discuss various proposals regarding the season can’t be finished in any division due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Clubs have submitted a number of proposals after an invitation to offer thoughts on what they think should happen, alternative to the EFL proposal to work out final placings for any curtailed campaign using a points per game average.
Voting papers were not issued to clubs until Wednesday and, with the regulations stating sides must have five working days to consider the options on the ballot paper, that means a meeting scheduled for Monday has been pushed back 24 hours.
“The EFL board met today and considered a number of proposals submitted by EFL clubs in respect of proposed amendments to EFL regulations in order to determine what will happen in the event the 2019/20 season is curtailed in any EFL division,” a statement from the EFL read.
“This now brings an end to a comprehensive consultation phase and clubs have today received formal notice of the meeting which will now take place on Tuesday June 9 2020.
“At that meeting clubs will consider a number of different proposals from both clubs and the board of the EFL.”
The EFL recently revealed that they believe the Championship, League One and League Two tables should be decided on an unweighted points per game average if the season cannot be finished.
Promotion and relegation will also be retained as part of proposals that will require approval by at least 51 per cent of clubs in the EFL’s three divisions.
If clubs vote in favour of the changes then the play-offs will also go ahead, but they will not be extended beyond the usual four teams.
The Championship is scheduled to return on June 20 but there is a split in League One between clubs who want to re-start and those who cannot afford. League Two clubs have voted to curtail the season.