Further delays to League One talks

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Clubs are not expected to meet until Tuesday

The future of League One is unlikely to be decided until the end of the week, with clubs now not set to meet until at least Tuesday.

Meetings between the 47 sides in League One and League Two took place at the end of last week, but while League Two agreed to end the season early, League One clubs were deadlocked.

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Peterborough Director of Football Barry Fry, speaking to the Peterborough Telegraph, said he does not expect a decision on the third tier to be made until at least the end of the week.

“The EFL board are meeting on Wednesday. They will then present the possible scenarios to the clubs and we will then vote on them later in the week, probably on Friday.

“One thing for sure is we won’t vote to try and scrap relegation like League Two clubs have. There is no sporting merit in that at all.”