King's Lynn Town hoping for clarity on National League North season
The picture on the conclusion of King’s Lynn Town’s National League North season is expected to become a little clearer this week.
Any decision by the National League looks dependant upon the decision-making of the EFL, who have set a meeting date for tomorrow.
National League chiefs are also set to reconvene later this week to discuss their next move once the EFL have announced their plans.
Linnets press officer Mark Hearle said: “The EFL (English Football League) and NL (National League) meetings are scheduled to take place in the coming days, the outcomes of which we hope will provide us with some clarity.
“We will of course update fans on developments as and when we can.
“Our continued thoughts and thanks go out to key workers.
“Stay safe and look after each other.”
National League clubs have yet to be offered a vote on how to resolve the campaign since the remaining the regular season matches were cancelled, whether by points-per-game, play-off matches or calling the season null and void.
Once the league has made a decision, it’ll need to be voted for by the FA Council.
At the point in which the season was suspended, York City sat top of the Vanarama National League North table, two points ahead of the Linnets who had played two games less.