Two non league clubs show optimism by setting up first friendly for July, without knowing whether their season will finish yet.
AFC Telford United are penciled in to make a short trip to face Southern League Premier Division Central outfit Nuneaton Borough at Liberty Way on Saturday the 11th of July.
— AFC Telford United (@telfordutd) March 30, 2020
The Bucks added in their article that the friendly is subject to further coronavirus updates, as well as FA and government guidelines.
The National League are yet to confirm their decision on how the 2019-20 season will play out for its Premier, North and South clubs.
Around the same time as the friendly announcement, the league confirmed that the competitions have been suspended indefinitely.
The Bucks currently sit 13th of 22 clubs in the standings having completed 34 of their scheduled 42 fixtures.
Their opponents, the Boro, are 9th in their league, and just three points behind those in a playoff place.
Fans react as the two non league clubs show optimism by setting up first friendly for July…
Think I’ll skip this game
— Rob Palin (@RobPalin61) March 30, 2020
I think a lockdown would be more pleasing than having to travel there
— Sean (@bradderz2205) March 30, 2020
— adam???????? (@CowanSznnn) March 30, 2020
Would sooner holiday in wuhan than attend this.
— Paul Carter (@TruroBuck) March 30, 2020
Bloody hope so !
— footballtony (@hopperheaven) March 30, 2020
— Lee McNally (@leemacca25) March 30, 2020
I’d rather stay in isolation.
— Andrew Lee (@AndyLee666) March 30, 2020
Did you forget how pleased we were when they went down so we didn’t have to visit the skip-site shithole again?
— Jack (@jacksb7) March 30, 2020