Radcliffe FC manager Lee Fowler has sent a message to the club's supporters after the official end of the BetVictor Premier Division season.

The FA's decision to declare steps three to seven null and void means Boro will finish 16th after a campaign of much change at the Neuven Stadium following the departure of Jon Macken.

"Well that's the end of a bizarre season which has seen three managers, matches off due to weather and a virus which sees the season come to an abrupt end," said Fowler, only installed at the helm in the middle of February.

"People's lives and health are paramount and come above promotions and relegations and the futures of non-league clubs and their existence.

"Everyone has put so much time and effort into this season both emotionally and financially, we appreciate the support and hope you can carry the support and growth next season.

"First and foremost, I want to wish everyone to stay safe and healthy and look after the people you love and care for.

"If we can do this and if we can help anyone else in need with even a phone call, a chat, a smile and be positive, it goes a long way.

"Secondly myself and my staff have been planning and preparing, ready for next season. There will be faces leaving and new ones coming into the club.

"The season in my opinion has not been great and too much change led to the results on the pitch.

"I thank you for the welcome to the club since I've been here. In the two home games I hope you have seen a team you can feel proud of and that you can also relate to the hard-working, passionate, committed and entertaining football. Stay safe, be positive, smile and we will see you on the other side."