It seems good news could be on the way for King’s Lynn Town at the start of next week, with the National League potentially following the EFL’s lead and using a points-per-game method to decide the final standings.
King’s Lynn Town may still be waiting for news of which league they will be playing in next season but manager Ian Culverhouse has been handed a big boost anyway, with striker Michael Gash committing his future.
What comes next? For King’s Lynn Town, it is an anxious waiting game as National League officials try to make sense of football before, during and after the coronavirus pandemic. Chris Lakey looks at some of the options.
King’s Lynn Town are in limbo as they await a decision on what happens next in the National League following the indefinite suspension of matches. Linnets star Chris Henderson tell us in his own words what it’s like playing the waiting game
Ian Culverhouse will have breathed a sigh of relief when the National League decided to buck the trend - and surprise a few people no doubt – with its decision that games would go ahead, despite the coronavirus outbreak.