It could be some time until Barrow AFC play again, due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, but manager Ian Evatt kept in touch with their supporters during a Q&A session on the club’s Twitter account.

Evatt has guided the Bluebirds to within nine games of promotion to the Football League in what is his second season in charge, but they are going to have to be made to wait to finish it, if that even happens at all.

On that subject, the 38-year-old has maintained his position on what he feels should happen if the rest of the season is ultimately cancelled.

Replying to @Jakobnelsonn, Evatt said: "I think the league should stand how it is - obviously I am biased, however, we have proven to be the best team over a significant period and have played more than three-quarters of the season."

He also gave @callum_newby an update on the situation with the squad, saying: "Injury-wise, everyone is fit, mentally it is challenging as it's the unknown of what might be. However, it's the same for everyone is every walk of life at the moment."

Evatt also brought up the subject of player contracts should the season run into the summer in replying to @38wcr.

He said: "Eight players' contracts would be up for renegotiation, plus the loan players we have would need to be renewed."

On which are the best and worst players to cope with self-isolating, he replied: "Best player would be Joel Dixon, he likes his own company. Worst would be Josh Kay, I don't think he is capable of cooking or looking after himself."

Evatt also revealed that he's up for listening to any genre of music, apart from heavy metal, while if he was given the choice of managing any football team it would be Manchester United's treble-winning outfit from 1999.

He also revealed to @JSLFCBAFC that his favourite games as Barrow manager were the away wins at Notts County and Maidenhead last November and to @thezacbomb that Boreham Wood are the best team AFC have faced this season.