An ex-Conference club have announced that they resign from the Northern Premier League ahead of the upcoming 2020-21 season.
Droylsden FC have as of today resigned from the Northern Premier League and will also take no part in Cup Competition this season
In a letter sent to the Northern Premier League Chairman Dave Pace described the decision as the most difficult he has ever had to make.
— Droylsden FC (@Droylsden_FC) August 6, 2020
However the disruption caused by the Covid-19 crisis has left him with no alternative.
The closing of the social club and its function rooms since the start of the pandemic, the main income source with no indication of any restart on viable trading terms along with a loss of income from the club’s main sponsor has left the club with no visible alternative income stream during the crisis.
“The club may hopefully survive this crisis and continue into the future in less challenging circumstances than we find ourselves in during the present”
The club will be making no further statement at the present time.
More to follow.