The Championship clubs are once again talking about a breakaway, according to today's Sun.
The clubs are said to be annoyed by the leadership within the organisation following the exit of chief executive, Shaun Harvey.
Early confidence that step in, Debbie Jevons, would smooth things over have not come to fruition. The 24 Championship clubs want more control of the current structure than they do now.
An insider stated that without the Championship there is no EFL, he went on to say that the next chief executive has got to be credible from the off. The Championship want a person who will listen to what is being suggested and help out. Should that fail, it will mark the end as the Championship have got to think of themselves and leaving the EFL would be the only answer.
The 24 had some joy last week when Cliff Crown (Brentford FC) stood down rather than lose an election to Stephen Pearce (Derby County). Crown was wholly blamed for the arguable SKY TV deal that was worth £595million.
The Premier League are not too keen on a breakaway and such a notion is not on the agenda.
Something to keep an eye on.