Having been issued a resolution to vote on the season’s outcome on Monday evening, clubs were told by the National League this morning they are expected to return to action on Saturday, after a two-week break.
The Bucks are scheduled for a home fixture against Spennymoor on Saturday, but it is understood neither club is willing to play the fixture.
Chairmen or representatives of the 22 clubs, including Telford’s Andy Pryce, meet online tonight to discuss the issue. It is understood that 13 clubs, including the Bucks, are against playing and likely to be unwilling to continue while the vote process goes ahead.
Clubs at step one, in the National League, and step two, in the North and South were given 28 days to vote on whether to continue the campaign or to declare it null and void.
Telford players have been away from training for the entirety of the two-week pause, called into effect 12 days ago.