Sam Collier accepted his Royal Wootton Bassett Town side have had a season to forget but admits the abrupt end to the 2019-20 campaign is a shame.
The worldwide coronavirus outbreak has brought an immediate end to all sport with the Hellenic Football League having kicked a ball for the last time this season.
Lying in 16th place in the Hellenic Premier Division, Bassett will be unaffected by the decision to null and void the season and Collier says football is a “small thing in the world” at the moment.
“It is a huge, huge shame what’s happened,” said Collier. “But there is more going on in the world for us to worry about football.
“Points per game is probably the fairest way to go about it. I mean it would be a travesty for Westfields if they didn’t go up based on the fact that they romped away with it without losing a game.
“I think Binfield would have gone up anyway. In our league I don’t think there will be too many arguments with that.
“It’s sad it’s happened but it doesn’t have a huge affect on us. It is a shame this has happened. Others are having better seasons than others bit I think it is not a difficult decision to make really.”
Your Sport’s Steve Butt caught up with Sam Collier and you can watch this interview below.