PORTLAND United boss Brendon King admitted he has had more time to walk his dog with the Blues’ season voided amid the coronavirus crisis.

King’s men were last in action on Tuesday, March 10 when a 6-1 win over Totton & Eling took them through to the Sydenhams Wessex League Cup semi-finals.

Portland had travelled to AFC Portchester the following weekend but turned around one hour into their journey as three staff members presented flu-like symptoms.

With the Wessex League now ended, King has had to get creative to pass the time, with the public urged to stay at home barring one hour of exercise.

He said: “Walking the dog, that’s quite nice, chilling out. You don’t know what to get on with and what not to.

“It’s a tough one. It’s a question of maybe watching a bit of TV and catching up on box sets. It’s difficult when you’ve got kids at home running around.”

He added: “You’re looking forward to things like going on holiday and of course you’re up in limbo about that.”