National League clubs are set to give their opinions on options given to them in a bid to rescue the 2020-21 season.
Boston United were part of meetings with the National League this afternoon when three options were presented to clubs.
The move comes after it was revealed that £11m allocated to support step one and two clubs between January and March would be in the form of loans, rather than grants which were received by clubs for the first three months of the season.
The first option for clubs is for them to take on long-term low-interest loans while the second would be for the National League to take on the loan and give grants to the clubs with future league central payments to clubs then being reduced.
The third option would be to suspend the current season, although it appears no time for how long it would be suspended for has been confirmed.
It is understood that a National League Board meeting will take place on Friday to discuss the situation.
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