We would be one short in league one if Bolton, who have been relegated into it, go out of business and no longer exist. The EFL would have to fill the missing position. The logical way to do it would be for one less team to go down. We were 4th from bottom so logically it would be us reprieved. They would then shuffle the pack for league 2 to make up that number by not rlegating one of them out of the football league. Today they have adjourned the case once more for two weeks to allow Bolton to go into Administration or appoint Administrators who could then go forward and try to find anyone to buy the club as a going concern. I believe they are £200m in debt but of course Admin would reduce that considerably by offering X in the pound to settle them. Nobody in their right mind would pay £200m for a league one club so it would have to be that way. They get a deduction of points for next season for the Admin which is normally 10 points. However, another part of the Bolton saga is they did not complete their league programme for last season by failing to play Brentford. The deduction of 10 points cannot surely cover that as well. Knowing the weak FA though they will probably let them off and if they do teams like Luton should go balistic. They were virtually relegated out of the football league a while back with points deductions so big they would have had to win almost every game to stay up. In Scotland Rangers were relegated to the bottom league and had to do a progression through them to get back to where they had been.