The demise of Wigan could be the tip of the iceberg that sinks the Titanic that is the EFL. The cost to clubs, particularly in Div. 1 & 2 could be devastating. Unless the way tv money distributed by the Premier league is completely revised several clubs could go out of business and eventually the EFL will implode. The Premier League provides around £400m a year in funding to the EFL but around £260m of that goes to nine clubs in the form of parachute payments which leaves around £140 million to be shared by the remaining 63 league clubs. The numbers just don't add up.