Mystery still shrouds what will happen with the National League South and St Albans City this season despite league bosses advising clubs to vote for ending the campaign.
City will meet to discuss their choice after the National League asked all clubs in their three divisions to give option on what happens next.
The problems come with the fact that the choice of the 22 National League South clubs will be distilled into just four votes, and there is no mention of how that will work.
There is also no mention of what it actually means to end the season now. It could mean null and void like has been done from step three down or using points-per-game to decide final positions.
Saints manager Ian Allinson said: “I imagine [the final decision] won’t affect us. There’s no relegation, although that’s not been confirmed, but there’s no promotions from the league below.
“We will have a discussion on Friday before it goes back but I’d imagine [the overall decision] will be to just void the leagues.”