By Matt Badcock
SOUTHERN LEAGUE vice-chairman Anthony Hughes says putting a contingency framework in case of disruption next season is high on their agenda.
With a second campaign brought to an end by the Coronavirus pandemic, the leagues are keen to use the time to put together a plan if a third also runs into issues.
While Hughes hopes 2021-22 will be a much more normal season and Non-League will bounce back, he acknowledges there must be more flexibility going forward.
“We have to put some sort of contingencies in place before the season starts as to what happens if there are some disru...
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