Tranmere ready to take legal action over League One relegation

16 June 2020

Mark Palios
Photo: PA Images Chairman Mark Palios says the club have been taking legal advice from litigation experts on the possibility of mounting a legal challenge against the EFL.

Chairman Mark Palios says the club have been taking legal advice from litigation experts on the possibility of mounting a legal challenge against the EFL.

The curtailment of the League One season meant Tranmere were relegated with ten matches left to play.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Tranmere Rovers are ready to mount a legal challenge against the EFL for the decision which left them relegated from League One with ten matches left to play.

League One and League Two clubs last week voted to curtail the season and determine the final divisional placings on unweighted points per game, resulting in Tranmere, third from bottom, being relegated to League Two.

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