EFL says no decision has been made about the remainder of the season
The EFL insists no decision's been made on what to do with the rest of the football season.
The Championship, League One and League Two are among the football competitions in the UK postponed until at least the 3rd of April because of coronavirus.
The EFL says 'health and wellbeing' is of 'paramount importance' and that it's 'inappropriate' to comment on hypothetical solutions going forward.
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