Decision Time on Kettering Tomorrow
The Evo-Stik Southern League has called an emergency meeting to decide whether Kettering Town can continue to play in the competition.
League board members will meet tomorrow morning.
The Poppies have not played since October 6th, with games called off due to a lack of players and the electricity being shut off at their ground.
The club are bottom of the Southern Premier on minus-five points after they suffered a ten-point deduction.
That punishment was applied when the club entered a CVA (company voluntary agreement) - an arrangement to repay part of their debts to creditors - but it is understood that repayments are not up to date and the club faces the possibility of having a winding-up petition lodged against them.
The Nene Park outfit does not have enough players registered to field a side and are unable to register more squad members because of a transfer embargo enforced by the league, meaning Saturday's scheduled fixture at St Neots Town is unlikely to go ahead.
Kettering have until 5pm on Tuesday to "respond to a number of questions" put forward by the Southern League board.