By Craig Hope for the Daily Mail
Published: 21:00 BST, 19 May 2020 | Updated: 21:02 BST, 19 May 2020
Paul Lambert says it is a 'disgrace' that the EFL has not yet made a decision on the fate of the current season.
The Ipswich Town boss believes the football authorities have shown a lack of leadership in allowing the situation to drift without resolution for more than two months.
EFL chairman Rick Parry will hold another meeting with clubs this week in an effort to find a solution, although there is no guarantee that will happen.
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert says it's a 'disgrace' that the EFL have not yet made a decision
EFL chairman Rick Parry will hold another meeting this week with clubs to find a solution
Clubs in League One, where Ipswich are in 10th position and want to finish the campaign, are split over how best to proceed.
But Lambert says the likes of Parry should be taking ownership of the situation.
'I think it's an absolute disgrace what's happening, with League One especially,' he told Sportsmail.
'It's terrible, it's so wrong that they haven't told us what is going on. There are so many unanswered questions and it seems there is so much passing the buck here and there.
'Will someone just make a decision? It's badly lacking leadership. They should be saying, "We can't make everyone happy, but here is the decision that we think is best for now".
Lambert slammed the EFL as he claimed they are 'badly lacking