The Derby County Appeal against a deduction of 12 points for the entry of the administration has been adjourned.
The Sky Bet Championship club, who got the points penalty in September after entering the administration amid ongoing financial problems, would appear in an independent arbitration panel this week.
AN new date for the hearing has not taken place set.
An EFL spokesperson said: “The EFL can confirm that the date of the hearing in appeal in respect of the imposed sporting sanction on Derby County for entering the records has been adjourned.”
Derby’s trap in administration came with Ex-owner Mel Morris blames the coronavirus pandemic for worsening of the club’s financial problems.
They fell to the bottom of the championship when their points deduction was imposed, but would move out of the relegation zone to 20th place were the 12 points recovered.
Wayne Rooney’s side to have won three and drawn nine of their 17 league games this season.
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Last month American businessman Chris Kirchner announced his intention to buy Derby, while former Rangers shareholders Sandy and James Easdale lead a Malaysian consortium and have held talks with administrators.
Derby’s trustees, Quantuma, said several interested parties have submitted ‘serious’ bids for the club.
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