CLUBS will now have until Monday to respond to a call for a vote of no confidence in the National League's board.

Earlier this week, Maidstone United, seconded by Dorking Wanderers, proposed that an extraordinary general meeting be called to hold the vote.

Originally, clubs had until yesterday to register their support but the deadline has been pushed back to allow members to hold internal meetings.

National League clubs have expressed displeasure at how the league handled problems presented by the coronavirus pandemic, such as that of funding.

York City will not add their support to the letter but Chester have made public their backing for the motion. It is understood a good number of National League clubs have thrown their weight behind the proposal.

Elsewhere, Dover Athletic chairman Jim Parmenter has said that, should his club pay the £40,000 the league have handed them, it will become immediately insolvent.