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    Millers and the EFL promotion vote

    From this week's Advertiser, folks. Cheers.

    https://bit.ly/2Xa3epn

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    Gone on long enough - some clubs aren't going to be happy though - will they follow through on legal action?

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    I can’t understand why EFL can’t publish a timetable or does it change every time a club makes another suggestion?

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    Thanks for the article Paul.
    Looks like the EFL are running the clock down.
    At this rate not a chance of completing the season.
    Unprecedented times means some unpalatable decisions, they can't please everyone.

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    It’s been their intention on running the clock down since they put a time limit on

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    Not surprised it's vague with no specific timescales or firm plan.
    It's our friends at the efl and we've seen how incompetent and inconsistent they were with Bury and Bolton.
    New Chairperson, same lack of confidence in what they do.
    It's obvious TS is not impressed

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    Just on Twitter. On @zoneEfl
    From what I gather, the EFL and League One vote are both set to be delayed again by the EFL. The original date was Monday 1st June, however this will now reportedly take place either Friday 5th June or Monday 8th June!
    Time is running out fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    Itís been their intention on running the clock down since they put a time limit on
    Yep, that way no decision has to be made but the EFL committee members can still claim expenses for the virtual meetings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Yep, that way no decision has to be made but the EFL committee members can still claim expenses for the virtual meetings.
    Pure speculation, no evidence either way, just made up crap.

    Where have I heard that before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edinburghmiller View Post
    Just on Twitter. On @zoneEfl
    From what I gather, the EFL and League One vote are both set to be delayed again by the EFL. The original date was Monday 1st June, however this will now reportedly take place either Friday 5th June or Monday 8th June!
    Time is running out fast...
    They also tweeted that it could still be on the 1st.
    @zoneEfl are not the official EFL. The official EFL account is @EFL_comms.
    Last edited by crookadile; 28-05-2020 at 05:35 PM.

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