A vote of no confidence against the National League Board and Chairman Brian Barwick will take place on Wednesday, May 26.
The vote will be held during an Extraordinary General Meeting called by National League South sides Dorking Wanderers and Maidstone United and is understood to be back by 17 other member clubs.
Alongside the vote of no confidence, they have asked for a working party to consider reforms to the League’s governance, such as immediately rescinding fines for not fulfilling fixtures.
Non-League football journalist Ollie Bayliss reported that the clubs were seeking legal advice over how the meeting will be run.
The National League will hold an EGM on Wed 26 May to hold a vote of no confidence in the Chairman & the Board.
The meeting was requested by clubs, who I understand, are now "seeking legal advice as to whether the structure of the meeting, as proposed by the League, is lawful." pic.twitter.com/2J7nThZWz0
— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) May 7, 2021