Truro Metropolis supervisor Paul Wotton has criticised guidelines stopping his crew from enjoying through the Covid-19 lockdown.
The White Tigers are fourth within the Southern League’s Premier Division South, one tier beneath ‘elite’ soccer.
His facet won’t be able to coach or play till 2 December.
“I simply discover in nonsensical. I can’t fathom how my daughter can go to high school, come again and blend with the household, and no-one can exit of the home or play soccer,” he mentioned.
Underneath the lockdown guidelines that began in England on Thursday, ‘elite’ soccer groups all the way down to the sixth tier of English soccer can nonetheless prepare and play, however seventh-tier sides corresponding to Truro are unable to compete.
Truro had been high of their league when final season was cancelled in March after the preliminary coronavirus outbreak and can have 5 video games rearranged because of the second nationwide lockdown.
“I am absolutely conscious that Covid is without doubt one of the most horrendous issues to occur for a very long time on the planet, however I battle with the principles,” Wotton added to BBC Radio Cornwall.
“We get our season up and working, we’re absolutely into it after which it’s a must to go into lockdown.”
Truro have gone into the brand new lockdown interval having received three of their previous 4 league matches and are three factors behind leaders Poole City.
“We had been simply beginning to get a bit little bit of rhythm going and now it’ll hinder that positively, it’ll be like beginning yet again,” mentioned the previous Plymouth Argyle participant and coach.
“We come out of lockdown on 3 December and two days later we’re enjoying a recreation of soccer having not kicked a ball for 4 weeks, so that you’re clearly liable to damage, so it is not a super scenario to handle in any respect.”