These days, a clearer path for the English Football League (EFL) clubs to evaluate how to end their seasons interrupted by the pandemic is being evaluated. Some leagues think that matches between teams with no goals in progress are not played.
The second level of English football will return to play all the remaining matches from June 20, without prejudice to health and safety protocols, but Lega One has yet to decide how to proceed, with the pressure of a handful of clubs currently engaged in the fight to promote .
Financial worries and player contracts are just two of the main problems yet to be addressed, particularly in leagues one and two, and after months of discussion, the time has come to make a decision on how to move forward to avoid collapse.
However, many questions remain, including how the 2019/20 season should be ended if the reduction of participating teams were the final choice for one or more of these three divisions.