Scarborough Town are set for a crisis meeting to discuss the future of the club.
The Humber Premier outfit have been struggling for players in recent weeks and they are approaching Saturday’s game against Crown without a manager following the resignation of Derek Exley.
This has led to the committee organising a meeting for next Thursday, at which they will decide whether to keep going.
Secretary Sean Hunter said: “We have organised the meeting to discuss what we are going to do, everything is up in the air at the moment.”
This comes just months after Town won the Humber first division under former boss Shaun Rennison.