Over the next week or so football clubs will be assessing their own internal business resilience but also liaising with the National League and wider football world. Obviously some clubs have already had to make immediate and drastic decisions
It was heartening to hear from the League that Woking is considered one of the best run clubs and we were already in the middle of a pretty forensic budget exercise.
As stated above our request would that we hold all our energy and thoughts and together as club and fans we have a coordinated response when the time is right.
Thanks again for your support #COYC
what really worries me is( it sounds like we will survive)..... Though how many others will in our league ? Some are already "on the ropes" with huge losses over the last 4-5 seasons.
Other clubs, with full-time contracts to honour, are probably more dependent on the Saturday afternoon gate receipts.
Borehamwood are among the most fortunate, as match day income is approximately £80 per week based on their attendances.
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