So Wednesday get points deducted next season because the season is all done and dusted. And due to the unfortunate timing the verdict of the case against them it means points cannot be deducted because the season is finished. So therefore Wigan’s appeal result will unfortunately be too late because the seasons finished? Surely the best outcome would be ok Wigan you win but it’s too late because the season has finished, therefore play in league one (more likelyhood of winning games and attracting fans because if you’re so big and well supported you should have no problem getting reasonable attendances such as Sunderland , Portsmouth and Ipswich ) AND here’s the money that Barnsley would be attempting to sue the EFL for if we relegated them (a few million presumably?) I don’t think many clubs (maybe Charlton,Bolton or Bury) would begrudge giving them a helping hand for at least the fans sake? I understand it may form some kind of precedent but it’s takes them long enough to decide the result anyway so why not add a caveat that when clubs go into administration to decide whether or not to help clubs out if they do drop a league due to deductions? The main thing is if the EFL can hide behind the season being completed in one case surely it can’t fair to relegate us ? It’s either done or not ?