Ross Adams asking for southern league to finish for the season


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Highworth town boss Ross Adams is asking for the southern league to be null in void as clubs struggle for fixtures during the covid restrictions not allowing grass root football to carry on. As the fixtures have been placed on pause by the government in the national lockdown.

It was also the FA who have played their part in closing down the league for the time being as the country gets to grips with the third national lockdown, a further decision is to be made for future fixture in March as some clubs are desperate to finish the season, but a challenge for all clubs involved as some clubs are struggling finically and are desperate to see fans back into the ground as soon as possible but with safety in mind.

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