Gloucester City are facing a fight to survive after being badly hit by the coronavirus outbreak.

Co-chairman Alex Petheram has told fans that the club have forecast that they will lose £110,400 as a result of the crisis that has left them with no games.

He revealed that he has put in close to that amount to keep the club afloat, with majority shareholder Eamonn McGurk and vice-chairman Steve Harvey also putting money in.

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