FC Halifax Town boss Pete Wild believes any decision on the rest of the 2019-20 National League season won’t come until the end of Easter.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the current lockdown measures across the country will be in place for three weeks, and that they will be reviewed at the end of this period.
This means that they are due to be reviewed on Monday, April 13, at the end of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
And Wild thinks that time-frame will be adhered to by the National League in deciding how to resolve the rest of the campaign.
Wild said: “I can’t see a decision (being made) until after Easter Monday, when the three-week lockdown is reviewed.
“Having spoken to people this week, I don’t think anybody can do anything until they understand what will happen then.”