Good points about the EFL but not necessarily the “whole point” of his letter. He also asks the Administrators to come clean on THEIR plans and true progress to-date!I think the whole point of Gibson's claim is to force the EFL to admit they have failed to do their job properly. The compensation will be a relatively small value but Derby will have to admit we are football creditors which means they will have to accept responsibility and admit cheating by making up stadium valuations which was dismissed by the EFL tribunal. I think the only thing Gibson wants is for the EFL to actually take their own rules seriously and punish clubs that break them. It is unfair for the teams playing by the rules and if the EFL don't want the rules to exist then they should get rid of them. It also makes no sense to only punish teams that fail in their gamble of cheating when the ones that gain the most from the cheating, the ones that cheat and successfully gain promotion, are massively rewarded and face no punishments at all. The EFL should really make it a rule that clubs are within the rules at the end of the season as a condition of league placing. Any breach should result in the punishments being applied in the season that it occurred which means no illegal promotions.