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The chances of League One teams resuming the season seem increasingly doubtful with clubs bitterly divided and a final decision on whether to continue or curtail the campaign unlikely before Monday week at the earliest.
With assorted proposals being put forward, the absence of any sort of consensus led to an English Football League board meeting ending on Wednesday without any clear conclusions. The EFL had hoped to release a map detailing the pathway towards a League One vote on the matter on Thursday but, although a ballot will still take place, it has been delayed.