Histon manager Lance Key expects a null and void outcome to the current campaign.
The former goalkeeper also believes that would be a sensible course of action, given the continuing circumstances faced.
Speaking to Non-League Daily about the current arrangements for managing the team, Key said: “After the six games, we have to stop because of the lockdown, which I think everyone probably knew was going to happen anyway, with the way things were going. So with regards to managing the squad, what the club have done really, really well off the pitch is being able to furlough players, look after them in that sense.
“Some of them rely on this money, so if they can get 80 per cent of it, it matters. They’ve been working on their own fitness pretty much from the word go.
“We got together for pre-season for about four weeks, which was shorter than normal. There’s a decision being made, I believe, on March 6th, with regards to our levels of football.
“I think it could be a final decision. I think they’ll call it null and void, if I’m honest, and I think that’ll probably be the safest and best way to go forward.”