Salary cap for EFL clubs "on the cards" from next season

22 April 2020

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Photo: PA Images "I have never been against a fixed-salary cap but it has not been on the cards before. It is now and I'm for it," said the owner of League Two club Forest Green Rovers, Dale Vince (left).

Proposals for a fixed-wage cap will be discussed at the EFL's board meeting this week.

EFL club leaders see the coronavirus crisis as an opportunity to restructure league regulations to prevent more Bury and Bolton cases.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

A salary cap for EFL clubs is "on the cards" from next season, according to the owner of League Two club Forest Green Rovers, Dale Vince.

Lower-league clubs are being hit especially hard in terms of cash flow due to currently going without matchday income, on which they are heavily reliant. 

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