FC Halifax Town chairman David Bosomworth says he’s steering the club through some “choppy waters” but is hoping to get more clarity soon on if or when the season will resume.
The National League campaign has been suspended until at least April 3 due to the Coronavirus outbreak but is expected to be postponed further in line with the Premier League and EFL.
The Football Association are understood to have held a conference call on Monday to review the current situation, while the National League and the FA were expected to hold talks today (Tuesday) to decide how to proceed with the campaign.
“Of course this is a difficult time for the football club and its employees as it is for everyone,” said Bosomworth.
“We’re steering the ship through choppy waters and we’ll continue to run the club the best way we can.
“The National League has been in touch and we’ve submitted all the information that was required from a financial and contractual perspective.”