link - well it is below National League level to the detriment of Truro for example but with a desire to finish the National League (including north and south) and above.
However, this is a massive can of worms with contracts to bear in mind, notice on when these games will be played, out of season pitch replenishment works and the impact on the following season all to be taken into consideration. No easy decision and we have no idea what the impact of the Coronavirus will continue to be further down the line......
link - in the midst of this Premier League article is the news that this league will advance their £125 million payment to the English football league and the national league. Although it is not new money, at least it will help with cash flow at this very difficult time. Both the short term and medium impact of this virus is still to be played out though.
The main thrust of the article however is that the football players are still collecting their full salaries while the back room staff are being furloughed. With a salary cap there was absolutely no point in doing the same for footballers in the upper echelons of the league but there are growing calls for them to accept a haircut in their wages of 30% and share the “pain.” Even top level clubs are not immune to this crisis, as to the lower level one......?
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.