Linnets season suspended after latest measures on coronavirus
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King’s Lynn Town’s season has been suspended.
The National League finally followed the rest of football in the country late on Monday afternoon by calling a halt to proceedings as the country tries to cope with the impact of the coronavirus.
In a statement, the National League said: “At its Board Meeting on Friday, the National League decided to use its best endeavours to keep its season going in the face of unprecedented adversity.
“However, with the current coronavirus (COVID-19) reaching global pandemic levels it has to accept that the situation is now out of its own control.
“In the knowledge of the government measures now announced including not to support sporting events with emergency services workers it is clearly not practical for its fixtures to be fulfilled in the immediate future.
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“In those circumstances and in line with the Football Association and the Professional Game, at a Board Meeting today, the National League has decided that its competition is now suspended until at least 3rd April 2020.
“The National League will continue to monitor the situation, but trusts that its loyal clubs, fans, players, officials, staff, volunteers and sponsors will accept that it has had no other choice but to reach this decision.
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“It wishes everybody connected with the competition and indeed the whole country a safe passage through these turbulent times.”