Another club could be cruelly stripped of their league title following a Football Association investigation, it has been claimed today.
It appeared Southern Combination League winners Haywards Heath have questions to answer following the news they have been charged by the FA.
It is said that the champions fielded a player who was suspended earlier in the season – but no clues have been given about how many games he played, and how many point could be docked.
Heath won the league by four points and concerns are that the sine die player, who has not been named, may have played more than once for their team.
If that is the case, the title could be awarded to second place Shoreham should Heath be found guilty.
The FA have confirmed charges have been made and that they are awaiting the response of the club before making another further statement.
This could be the second time a league is won in a Football Association boardroom.
Angry Moneyfields had to hand back the Wessex League championship they won after having three points taken from their total after the season had finished.