FC Halifax Town say the club is continuing with ‘one person who will remain operational from home’ during the current football suspension.

In an update to supporters, the National League side explained: “We said that we were navigating our way through these difficult times and consequently we have taken the necessary steps to protect all our employees and the interests of the football club as we go through this turbulent period. We have one person who will remain operational from home ensuring continuity until all the restrictions are lifted and we’re back to business as usual.

“There is not a lot more that we can say at the moment as circumstances are dictated by third-party factors, not least Covid 19 and all related health issues, and the Government striving to steer us through this awful situation aligned to all medical advice. Associated restrictions make sporting decisions from the senior governing bodies, in our case football, impossible to provide any clarity regarding completion or outcomes for the 2019-2020 season.

“We’re committed to ensuring we steer the club through these unprecedented challenging times in the best way that we are able and we’ll be ready to go when the season restarts unless told otherwise. One thing is for sure, we will need a Herculean effort from all our fan base to help us through to the end of the season, and for sure, the start of next season, as and when we have clarity regarding timings.”

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