Yoker Athletic are to submit a letter of complaint to the SJFA after being left baffled by the latest set of league fixtures.

The Whe-Ho have played two fixtures at home in the league this season, one of those being rearranged at the last minute as Forth Wanderers’ ground was waterlogged, with Clydebank also not having a fixture organised at the ground-shared Holm Park.

But after the next set of fixtures were released by junior football’s governing body, Athletic have no home games in the league for the rest of October and November.

Whe-Ho manager Steven Reilly revealed it will have further consequences on the finances of the club with no gate money coming in.

He said: “It’s ridiculous. At the end of the day it’s our home ground, if Clydebank aren’t there we should be there.

“That’s the way it should work it, if the Forth game was played at their pitch it would have been one home game in nine from the start of the season. I can’t understand it.

“It’s a disgrace, a letter will be going to the SJFA. Financially it’s a burden on the club with the situation we’re in.”