From the BBC Sport website
It has not been an easy few months for the English Football League.
Sole guardians of the professional league from 1888 to the Premier League's formation in 1992, the EFL, as it was rebranded in the summer of 2016, is at the centre of the biggest issues affecting the game.
BBC Sport spoke to EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey about:
- Historical child abuse allegations;
- A continuing lack of black managers;
- Fans in open revolt at member clubs;
- Concerns over what parachute payments are being used for;
- A legal row over Financial Fair Play;
- Distrust amongst supporters about Premier League B teams and Scottish pair Celtic and Rangers coming into the English pyramid.