FOLLOWING the news that Covid-19 has hit the York City camp for the third time, The Press wants to know what readers think about the National League North season continuing.

Tuesday evening's fixture at Bootham Crescent against AFC Fylde has been postponed in the wake of more confirmed cases at the Minstermen.

Last Saturday's game at Boston United had been called off as a precaution and next Tuesday's home game against Gateshead - the first scheduled at the new LNER Community Stadium - is also in doubt, the club has said.

There are a few implications for the Minstermen.

In pure footballing matters, after the weekend, they are now five games behind National League North leaders Gloucester City, and will have to make up for games missed before the season's end. If Gateshead is confirmed as postponed, 10 fixtures in all will have fallen to the coronavirus, and one to the weather. 

Another significant consideration for fans is the impending move to the Community Stadium. Fans may feel denied a chance to bid a proper farewell to Bootham Crescent, which may have hosted its final game on December 28 when a limited crowd was allowed in to watch York beat Guiseley 1-0.

Under ongoing coronavirus restrictions, the Community Stadium may also be christened behind closed doors.

Yet, if the season were to be curtailed, that would raise myriad questions about how to complete the campaign and determine promotion places. Not enough games have been played against a large enough spread of opponents to decide anything fairly on a straightforward head-to-head or points-per-game basis.

A null and void season is another season York spend without the chance of climbing back up the ladder. 

Let us know how you feel below. You can select more than one option in the ballot, and leave a comment if you have more to add.