Tranmere fans kicked-off a crowdfunding campaign today to raise money which would fund a potential lawsuit against the EFL.
The move comes in response to a statement made by the EFL this week which included a “draft framework” to use Points Per Game (PPG) to decide final league positions in Leagues One and Two and maintain relegation.
This would go against current EFL rules to which all clubs play by and which state that if a season isn’t finished then it is de facto void.
So, in effect, this new EFL framework encourages clubs to vote to end the season that way, breaking their own competition rules and demoting Tranmere in process. Let’s stop using the word relegation now, by the way.
While the EFL are trying to push this through, journalists, players, fans and commentators across the country have lambasted them for their short-sightedness, not to mention lack of integrity.
In response to this, a Tranmere fan has started a crowdfunding campaign in order to raise funds which can help the club finance any lawsuit that will arise should the EFL continue down this path.
You can donate to the campaign here.
We will have more coverage on this in the coming days.