EFL decision day - Monday 8th June (now Tues 9th June)

Devonboy

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...and Argyle!

Tranmere only seem upset because it is them being relegated. They had a chance to convince other teams about changing the system and failed. Football is full of tough outcomes. They just need to get over it.
 

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Typical of the Football League. Unbelievable that we have to lose 150k for the privilege of playing in the playoffs of THEIR competition.
And is the final still to be played at Wembley - the biggest stadium, but with no spectators? Why can't Wembley allow the League to renege on the contract
due to the current circumstances? How much money will be wasted paying for the rental of Wembley?
It seems to me that the League have done very little to help during this corona virus crisis. If I'm wrong, please correct me, because it's better that I'm wrong and that the
League will reimburse us. Bloody cheek.
 

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Typical of the Football League. Unbelievable that we have to lose 150k for the privilege of playing in the playoffs of THEIR competition.
And is the final still to be played at Wembley - the biggest stadium, but with no spectators? Why can't Wembley allow the League to renege on the contract
due to the current circumstances? How much money will be wasted paying for the rental of Wembley?
It seems to me that the League have done very little to help during this corona virus crisis. If I'm wrong, please correct me, because it's better that I'm wrong and that the
League will reimburse us. Bloody cheek.
Didn’t MT mention somewhere that he was hoping to get the EFL to reimburse the testing monies?
But up until now that’s just hope and the EFL are remarkably quiet on the subject so I’m not holding my breath. Subject to that , yes Mike I agree with you , bloody cheek .As you know , I’ve always been annoyed that we have to pay up big for this lottery while our little feathered friends down the road get a freebie.
 

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Didn’t MT mention somewhere that he was hoping to get the EFL to reimburse the testing monies?
But up until now that’s just hope and the EFL are remarkably quiet on the subject so I’m not holding my breath. Subject to that , yes Mike I agree with you , bloody cheek .As you know , I’ve always been annoyed that we have to pay up big for this lottery while our little feathered friends down the road get a freebie.
That just makes it even more annoying.
The League does NOTHING for League 2 clubs. How the bosses earn so much for doing NOTHING amazes me
 

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Typical of the Football League. Unbelievable that we have to lose 150k for the privilege of playing in the playoffs of THEIR competition.
And is the final still to be played at Wembley - the biggest stadium, but with no spectators? Why can't Wembley allow the League to renege on the contract
due to the current circumstances? How much money will be wasted paying for the rental of Wembley?
It seems to me that the League have done very little to help during this corona virus crisis. If I'm wrong, please correct me, because it's better that I'm wrong and that the
League will reimburse us. Bloody cheek.
Quite agree. And yes, final at Wembley, 7.30 Mon 29th June. Pathetic.
 
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