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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

A former Welwyn Garden City trophy-winning skipper is at the forefront of a rapidly growing charity football match to help raise funds for the NHS and acknowledge their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.

Codicote and Stotfold are two of the latest clubs to add their names to a letter sent to the FA expressing anger at the voiding of the non-league season from step three down.

A former St Albans City footballer is hoping a free exercise class on Facebook for children and adults alike brings a sense of “normality” to people’s lives during the coronavirus lockdown.

England and Tottenham striker Harry Kane has said the Premier League may have to follow non-league’s example and consider finishing the season.

The non-league season for clubs from step three to six is over after the FA made the decision to expunge the season following the coronavirus outbreak.

Baldock Town boss Adam Fisher is concerned about the mental health of footballers amid the chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Non-league clubs have been left with financial concerns following football’s coronavirus suspension. CometSport spoke to a number of clubs in our area to find how they are coping.

Blame it on the confined participants, blame it on mixed messages, blame it on the boogie if you want to but it appears despite an hour of confusion the non-league season is officially over.

Baldock Town boss Adam Fisher has reacted to the FA’s decision to end the campaign for all step five and six clubs due the coronavirus outbreak.

The FA has instructed all step five and six leagues that their season is now officially over.

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