Gillingham chairman Paul Scally thinks it’s “impossible” to now complete the League 1 season.
Club are currently discussing whether to finish the 2019/20 campaign now and if so, how relegation and promotion issues are decided.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally says it will cost between £250-£350,000 to complete the season
The EFL have set out a framework to decide how to end the season early but their preference is to complete the remaining games.
But the cost and the lack of time are both against clubs in the lower leagues, says the Gills chairman.
Speaking to Radio Kent, Mr Scally said: “It is impossible to get the games in, in my view, and even if we could get the games in the financial cost for every league 1 club at the £250-£350,000 mark is just unaffordable.
“We haven’t got the funds to spend on finishing nine games, it is just too expensive.”
Clubs have been struggling without their normal matchday income. The Gills haven’t had a home game since the end of February.