Histon chairman Tony Roach is uncomfortable with the idea of voting on Chester City’s future at a Football Conference general meeting on Friday.
Rushden & Diamonds’ Nene Park stadium will be the venue for the meeting, which will determine whether the stricken side are expelled from the Blue Square Premier.
Chester pleaded guilty to breaching five competition rules – including failing to fulfil two fixtures – at a Conference board meeting on Thursday.
Histon were due to entertain the cash-strapped club at the Glass World Stadium on Saturday, but their opponents’ suspension from league action was extended to include that match.
Roach tells Cambridge-news.co.uk: “We’ve been told there’s a meeting on Friday and that we have to vote. I don’t think it’s particularly right.
“Clubs have been asked to vote on the future of another football club and we’ll have the blood on our hands if we vote Chester out. I don’t necessarily agree with it at all.
“Teams above us could lose up to six points (if Chester are expelled) and that could give us an outside chance of reaching the play-offs, so there could be a benefit there to us.
“But we didn’t get to play Chester on Saturday and we’ve lost out on revenue because of that. So it’s all a bit of a mess.”