LLANIDLOES Town Football Club manager Hugh Clarke has pleaded for a decision to be made over the start of the season.

The Daffodils manager shared his exasperation with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) over the continued wait with the season supposed to start on March 27.

However with just over a week to go the Welsh Government has not eased restrictions sufficiently for the National Sports Group (NSG) to award the Welsh second tier elite status.

It leaves clubs and players in limbo as doubts continue to grow over the viability of starting a reduced 15 fixture programme.

Clarke said: "I just think it’s about time the Welsh FA made a decision.

"There’s no way you can expect any team to play without being able to train or play any friendlies.

"Then you’ll end expecting lads to finish work early to travel all over north Wales midweek.

"The players work and well being should also be taken into consideration.

"It’s gone on long enough now, players and staff from many clubs have been wound up and frustrated by the lack of communication from the Welsh FA."

Meanwhile Guilsfield manager Nathan Leonard described his current mood toward the handling of the issue as 'disillusioned.'