FC Halifax Town boss Pete Wild insists no final decision has been made over whether the National League season will be scrapped.
In a statement sent out to all member clubs, the league’s chief executive Michael Tattersall said the FA had been asked to assist them with “making the decisions to officially postpone all remaining National League fixtures and to end the season as soon as possible”.
Tattersall also said that “the broad consensus was that our clubs wish for a decision to be made to close the season as soon as possible”.
But there has been no official confirmation that the season has been made null and void as yet.
“The club’s been asked to give their thoughts on the situation but there’s no decision on what is going to happen,” said Wild, who is still holding out hope that the season will resume at some point.
“There’s basically three scenarios on the table – start it when it’s ready to do so, take a point per game average over the 46 games and play the play-offs when we can, or scrap it.”