HEREFORD manager Josh Gowling has blasted the governance of the National League as the Bulls face another weekend when they are uncertain if they will play or not.

Hereford are due to face Southport on Saturday in the league, but it is unclear if the game will go ahead as sides are choosing not to play until the outcome of the season's vote has been decided.

"We go as business as usual anyway and week by week and take it as it comes,” said Hereford manager Josh Gowling.

“It’s about time somebody made a decision.

“It’s getting frustrating as we don’t know where we’re going.

“We want to play until a decision has been made but other clubs are deciding they don’t want to.

"Why is the league not coming out and saying there is a decision in 28 days and if you don't play until then these are the ramifications.

"If they did that then it's clear for everyone. I don't want to speak ill of the people on the league, but it's bad governance.

"How can you have a board of people who are all affiliated with football clubs? How are they going to make a decision that's best for the league?

"They're not going to do that, they're going to make a decision that's best for their football club which we've already seen.

"That's why no decisions get made. Good governance is getting people in around the board, that run the league and have no affiliation with any football clubs.

"That's when clear decisions will be made. Until that happens we're going to get this all the time it’s a farce.

"We don’t know if we’re going to play Saturday."

The Bulls have already had games against Curzon Ashton and Bradford (Park Avenue) called off due to the opposition not wanting to play.

“We trained last Monday ready for the Curzon Ashton game (the following day) and then we finished training and the game was off.

"I should have been doing a running session with the lads to keep them fit, but I couldn't do that and the Curzon decided they didn't want to play.

"It's not acceptable. Until we get some clear guidance it’s going to be a shambles,

it’s a mockery to be honest.

"People are looking at the National League and it looks like a shambles."