Ilkeston FC face another blank weekend after the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League refused to lift their ban.
Head coach Paul Holland had said he was hopeful of being able to play Stourbridge on Saturday, but the League has announced the early postponement of the game. It will mean the Robins are three matches behind everyone else.
Ilkeston FC have put out a statement saying how frustrated they are and how they are unable to reveal what is going on.
The situation has already resulted in new star signing Liam Hearn leaving to join Alfreton Town and established favourite Michael Williams moving to local rivals Matlock Town.
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