Last day's play in England's second superliga was a dramatic spectacle.
West Bromwich Albion threw away points against QPR, but won anyway, the last direct oprykningsplads in front of Thomas Frank Brentford, because 'danskerklubben' on a private grass disappointed horribly with a 1-2 defeat to Barnsley.
And now hold fast. The victory meant that Barnsley just saved the lives, because the club overtook Wigan, which have been deducted 12 points as a result of the club's former owner, businessman Au Yeung Wai Kay, 1. July chose to put Wigan under the administration without any deeper explanation.
But perhaps nedrykningsstriden in The Championship is not over yet.
And may be at risk of Barnsley, with the Danish Mads Juel Andersen still has to be the big loser.
Friday wrote to the BBC namely, Wigans fight for survival has been given new life after a virtual meeting between the Au Yeung Wai Kay and the club's administrators.
It's not been disclosed what was said on the hour-long meeting, but according to the BBC gave the previous owner for the first time answer as to why he made the fateful decision.
Though the answers may give new weight to the appeal against the pointfratagelsen, as Wigan filed later on Friday, is known first. when a response in the next week.
Meanwhile, do you bite nails in both Wigan and Barnsley.
Sheffield Wednesday have been stripped of points.
Traditionsklubben must therefore start next season with minus 12 points.
It has The English football league (EFL) on Friday determined, after an independent commission has investigated suspicious circumstances in the club's economy.
the Reason is that Sheffield Wednesday have broken the rules on clubs ' finances and sustainability.
Specifically, the book club in the accounts for the year 2018, the profit from the sale of its home ground, Hillsborough, the club's owner, Dejphon Chansir. The stadium, however, was first sold in 2019.
the EFL announces on its website that Sheffield Wednesday are not being convicted of charges of knowingly withheld information in the case.
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