Them and the EFL have both issued statements in the last 24 hours that read like they're trying to save face with the claims and delays. The pressure is put on by fans and groups who are making themselves heard and the discussions has been raised in parliament today.
Boro's claim is about our finances for a season where they lost 4 of their last 5 fixtures to reach the play-offs. No doubt if we weren't "cheating" they would've won all those matches, qualified for the play-offs and got promoted...
They're claiming themselves as a football creditor (required to get 100% of money owed in a administration agreement), but they don't qualify as this at all in the letter of the law. The EFL's statement yesterday agreed that their own rules were vague and open to interpretation. They haven't got updated in line with UK insolvency laws that came into place in 2020.
The EFL isn't fit for purpose. Boro money men need to wind their necks in and Wycombe are an unnecessary distraction.
Whilst all this is going on, rumours of Rooney to Everton are gathering pace and no doubt we'll go from one problem to another.