EFL to conduct online survey for Championship, League one and League two as the body measures for possible resumption date.
The English Football League are setting up a “Player Availability Survey” as the body plan on possible resumption date amid the COVID19 explosion.
Just like other European Leagues, the EFL weren’t an exemption forced to leave the pitch due to the COVID19.
The Championship, League one and League two will be receiving an online survey soon to help ascertain the fitness of their players.
Whether the players are available for resumption or on self-isolation, injured or have been tested positive for the COVID19 are also other reasons behind this survey.
The 71 clubs are likely to receive the survey within the 24 hours where EFL will ask for frequent updates.
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Doing this came as a result of the talks held by the EFL board on Wednesday if the Season was to be completed for integrity sake of the Body and Leagues.
The whole clubs involved appeared to be totally in agreement on the resumption. Players contracts, insurance, broadcasting rights and other hurdles are expected to be overcome in the attempt to complete the Season.
Leeds United who top the Championship and aiming to head to the Premier League have been very vocal on the essence of finishing up the season in order to seal their move to the next stage of English Football.
Another major force is second placed Westbrom who also aim for the Premier League, they are also strongly advocating for the resumption. Although other clubs have appeared to be in agreement with this.
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Further talks are expected next month but its now known that the earliest resumption date for the leagues is April 30th.
Prior to then, the survey will keep the EFL informed on the players available for competitive outings.