Huddersfield Town fans are having to play the waiting game on possible compensation for the abandoned final-day game Championship at Blackpool last month.
But sources suggest they will get a decision within the next fortnight.
It’s one of the matters to be discussed by the Football Disciplinary Commission called by the Football League.
The League last month ruled that the game will go down as a goalless draw, the scoreline when a 48th-minute pitch invasion by protesting home fans brought proceedings to a halt.
The relegated Lancashire club were charged with failing to fulfil a fixture, with their punishment to be decided by the Commission.
Blackpool were ruled to have breached regulation 31.1, which states: “Any club failing to fulfil its fixture obligations in respect of any match under the jurisdiction of the League on the appointed date, or dates, or causing the Board to suspend any fixture, shall be deemed guilty of misconduct, unless the circumstances giving rise to such failure are outside the control of the club and could not have been reasonably foreseen or reasonably anticipated and remedied prior to the match.”