Droylsden chairman Dave Pace told the Northern Premier League his decision to withdraw the Bloods from the competition because of the coronavirus crisis was the “most difficult he has ever had to make”.
The Non-League Paper is out and under starter’s orders with hopes rising that the new Non-League season could kick off as early as September if a second wave of the coronavirus doesn’t throw a spanner in the works.
Clubs and competitions are urging their fans, players, officials and volunteers to have their say on football’s return in the survey The Non-League Paper is running with the Football Supporters Association.
There are two main types of football in the UK – League and Non-League. While League football tends to be more popular than it’s Non-League counterpart, it’s still widely enjoyed by tens of thousands of people.