Tranmere chairman Mark Palios says his alternative framework for ending the English Football League season “reflects the wishes of the majority of clubs”.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos says the west London club are “vehemently opposed” to the proposed resumption of the Sky Bet Championship on June 20.
The Sky Bet Championship is set for a June 20 resumption after the English Football League agreed on a provisional return date.
Two Fulham players have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing in the Championship.
Gary Neville is concerned about a looming financial “nightmare” for English Football League clubs while Stevenage have hit out at plans to follow through with relegation if the season is decided off the pitch.
Former FA chief executive Mark Palios has warned EFL clubs the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic could be even greater than the £200 million blow first feared.
Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear has claimed it would be a “national embarrassment” if England’s top two divisions could not complete their seasons while major leagues across Europe return to action.
Sunderland insist the League One season must be finished on the pitch, “not in a meeting room and most certainly not in a courtroom”.
Hull have reacted with disappointment after a letter to the English Football League stating their desire to call the Championship season off was leaked.
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton claims it would be “out of order” to settle Sky Bet League One on a points-per-game basis.
Harrogate’s managing director Garry Plant believes his side should be promoted from the National League after League Two clubs voted to end the season.
Port Vale chair and co-owner Carol Shanahan believes she was acting in “the greater good” after voting to end the Sky Bet League Two season, despite her side being a point and a place adrift of the play-offs.
League Two clubs are moving towards ending the 2019-20 season on a points-per-game basis, but at least one chairman in the division insists it is not a unanimous decision.
League Two clubs have unanimously indicated they are in favour of moving towards ending the 2019-20 season.
League Two clubs have agreed on how to end the 2019-20 season.
The League One meeting today concluded with no definitive agreement between the clubs on ending the season now amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PA news agency understands.
Six League One clubs have collectively voiced their opposition to ending the season after Rochdale chief executive David Bottomley said the campaign had to be stopped now and decided on a points-per-game basis.
The English Football League has pushed back a return to training until May 25 at the earliest and reiterated “stark” warnings over a financial hole caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Rotherham chairman Tony Stewart expects a decision to be made on the fate of the League One and League Two seasons by Thursday and would be “amazed” if they are not cancelled.
League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan claims the organisation has not spoken to the English Football League for three weeks as discussions around a return to action continue.