WANDERERS will have to wait ANOTHER 24 hours to finally get a say on League One’s future.

The EFL has confirmed that an AGM of clubs will now take place on Tuesday, June 9, instead of the originally scheduled Monday, June 8.

After a board meeting to discuss the various adapted alternatives for concluding the season, and their own original framework, the consultation process is now closed.

Clubs will first be given the opportunity to vote on regulation changes across the whole league. Only then will Wanderers and other League One clubs be able to choose whether they want their season to end, or be resumed.

A statement from the EFL read: “The EFL board met today and considered a number of proposals submitted by EFL clubs in respect of proposed amendments to EFL regulations in order to determine what will happen in the event the 2019/20 season is curtailed in any EFL division.

“This now brings an end to a comprehensive consultation phase and clubs have today received formal notice of the meeting which will now take place on Tuesday 9 June 2020.

“At that meeting clubs will consider a number of different proposals from both clubs and the board of the EFL.”

Tranmere and Barnsley have both submitted alternative plans to the EFL to scrap relegation altogether.

Rovers also suggested adapting the EFL’s points per game method to take into account a ‘margin of error’ and also to expand the play-off system for those teams who wish to continue.

Barnsley suggested relegated clubs should receive parachute payments to help them through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic’s effect on football.