King’s Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse has said the National League are ‘holding a gun to the heads of clubs’, Lynn News report.

The Linnets boss believes the governing body is wrong to threaten club’s who can’t continue their campaigns with demotion.




Lynn could be the next club to shut up shop because of the severe financial implications of playing matches behind closed doors.

Dover Athletic called time on their season a week ago and are already facing FA charges for failing to fulfil fixtures – a retribution which could lead to heavy fines, a points deduction or demotion.

Read more: https://www.lynnnews.co.uk/news/linnets-boss-they-are-holding-a-gun-to-clubs-heads-it-is-not-fair-9157892/?cmpredirect


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