That is the message from Gary Roberts, the GFA chief executive, who said yesterday that the English FA has now confirmed the 2020/21 season could be extended until 30 June should leagues wish/need to do so.
‘I have communicated this information to GFLM [Guernsey Football League Management] and am aware that they are developing various scenarios to conclude the season depending on when we reach Stage 3 and full competitive football can safely resume,’ he said.
But in terms of inter-insular football Roberts said the current situation in Guernsey has added a further delay to the Inter-Insular Committee meeting again.
‘I expect it will reconvene next month to begin looking at what options may be available. Obviously this will depend on what may happen with inter-island travel corridors but I still cannot see any fixtures being viable this season.’
Jersey FA remain keen on a 2021 Muratti Vase final even if it has to be played in the early autumn.