The FA have drawn up yet more controversial plans to introduce a B league comprising of reserve players from the championship with the winners gaining promotion to league two.
The convoluted plans have come in for harsh criticism with teams unsure what the heck it's all about.
Huddersfield manager Mark Robbins said "I struggle to find eleven players for the first team; I'm blowed if I'm going to start worrying about picking 11 more for a B league."
The plan descended into chaos when only Cardiff signed up. FA chairman Greg Dyke was unrepentant and refused to abandon the idea.
He said "The fact that only one team has signed up will not deter us from pushing on with the scheme. I'm confident that we will have twice as many clubs next season as Sunderland have said they might be interested when they are relegated.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan was supportive of the idea though he said. "I think it's a great idea and I feel our name is on the B team league trophy this year. In fact I know it is as we're the only team in it."