WANDERERS will have to wait until June 8 at the earliest before the future of the League One season is determined.

The EFL had been expected to set a date for a final vote on whether to continue the campaign this week – but another delay has been announced, with clubs now being asked to propose their final amendments to the regulations by Tuesday.

A meeting of clubs has been called a week Monday, where a vote will be held on whether to adopt the new regulations.

But no confirmation has been offered by the EFL on when the decisive vote will be made on whether competitive football will start up again.

That leaves Championship clubs in a tricky situation, with players now back in training but no nearer to knowing when or if they will resume fixtures.

The majority of clubs in League Two have already indicated that they want to end the season, with the final table decided on points per game.

League One views remain mixed – and the split is almost certainly to blame for the delay in the EFL’s decision.

The statement read: “At its meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, having carefully considered submissions from clubs, the EFL Board agreed to progress with the proposed framework it outlined on Thursday, May 21, 2020, in respect of changes to EFL regulations in the event season 2019/20 is curtailed in any EFL Division.

“At the same time as advising on its proposed approach last week, the board had asked clubs to give it appropriate consideration and provide any feedback. Communications were submitted from clubs across all divisions and those proposals, some of which have been made available publicly, suggested how the framework in the event the season is ended prematurely could alternatively work.

“The board has to date been consistent in its approach that playing out the remainder of season 2019/20 when it is safe to do so, is the preferred position and whilst the Championship have advised of their intentions to resume fixtures, League Two clubs have indicated their preference to curtail the season. At present clubs in League One are still undecided. “A decision on whether or not to curtail the season is a matter to be considered by clubs in any affected division, but only once a framework for resolving open issues in such circumstances has been agreed by all members across all divisions through a regulation change. “After a full and comprehensive review of the club submissions, alongside consideration of views stated at the club meetings of May 13 and 15, 2020, the board unanimously agreed to continue with the original approach and is now proposing to call a meeting of clubs on Monday, June 8, 2020, to consider and, if thought fit, approve the proposals to introduce the regulation change.

“The EFL articles allow member clubs the opportunity to propose amendments to regulations and should any club wish to propose an alternative, it must do so by submitting such a proposal by no later than 2pm on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

“The EFL will issue any notice of meeting later that day. Any such club proposals will be considered at the same meeting as the board’s proposal.”