The English FA have today called time on ALL Non-League competitions down south and declaring them null and void in a move which will have people talking north of the border.
The FA have only so far come out and delivered this verdict for non-league sides.
Right now, we’re no further closer to what’s going to happen in the Scottish League as well as down south when it comes to professional football.
The FA statement via Sky Sports read: “The FA will continue to assist and support the National League to determine the outcome of its 2019/20 season as quickly as possible.
“We remain in consultation with the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship board and clubs regarding the most appropriate way to complete the current season.”
This means they have taken no action whatsoever on the best course for the professional league in the higher reaches of the game.
Non-League football will not have the mammoth, far reaching financial implications that this decision brings.
Watch people up in Scotland with an agenda on how the league should go jump on this over the next 24 hours and beyond.
While the SFA and SPFL will be keenly looking over the fence at their neighbours, this will have very little impact on the outcome of our season.