Weymouth chairman Ian White believes the integrity of the National League could come into question if some clubs halt play, report The Dorset Echo.

Seven of the 23 National League teams voted to end the season, and White feels the integrity of the division could be harmed if clubs furlough paid players to save money.




White told Echosport: “The bottom six, we’re almost in dead rubber territory now.

“If a club decides to take the route that perhaps some of the clubs in the National League South and North did, where they furloughed all their players and used either youth or under-23 players, what does that do to the integrity of the National League?”

Read more: https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/sport/19133165.national-league-integrity-risk-says-weymouths-ian-white/


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