FC Halifax Town boss Pete Wild says he will use his time during football’s enforced break to step-up his planning for next season.
All professional football has been suspended until at least April 30, with the official stance from the National League still that football will be suspended until April 3, but that could well follow suit in due course.
If so, that would mean Halifax would have been without a game in seven weeks.
The FA is “considering a number of different options” with regards to completion of National League season which is due to finish on April 25. All clubs have been invited to take part in a video conference call next Tuesday to discuss the next step
But Wild says the break, however long it lasts, will give him an opportunity to look further ahead and start planning for next season.
“It might give me and Chris (Millington) the chance to get a foothold into planning for pre-season, and planning for next year, who we want to retain and recruit,” he said.