Kolora-Noorat coach Ben Walsh has some concern about players from other leagues wanting to join the Warrnambool and District league if it goes ahead.
"I'd hope there'd be some pretty clear guidelines about that," he said.
"It could get very messy pretty quickly if it's open slather."
Walsh said it could get problematic if a statewide decision wasn't made on that issue.
The Power coach said his priority would be to play the footballers he already has.
The Mininera and District league will make a decision on its season on June 22 while the WDFNL will make a call on June 24.
The Hampden league cancelled its senior seasons last week while the South West District league abandoned its season in late May.
Meanwhile, Walsh believes his charges would need at least two weeks - four sessions - of contact training before the commencement of a season.
"One week would be cutting it pretty fine," he said.
The playing-coach said the Power normally got straight into contested work at the start of pre-season.
Adult contact training can resume on July 13 while competition is allowed from July 20.
Kolora-Noorat's footballers returned to non-contact training on Thursday after waiting for the tick of approval from the club.
Walsh said he also spoke to friends from rival WDFNL clubs and Hampden league outfits before making the decision to resume.
The Power had 35 players split into two groups at its first session.
The premiership coach admitted he was surprised to see the state government's update on contact sport on Sunday.
"It was looking pretty bleak there for a while," he said.
While the Power's footballers are keen to play, Walsh said it wouldn't be right if the club's committee and volunteers didn't feel comfortable.
"Players have got it pretty easy, they've just got to play," he said.
If a season proceeds, Walsh believes each team should play each other once followed by a normal WDFNL finals series.
Walsh spoke with Power president Paul Dunn on Monday about the league meeting on June 24.
He said Dunn had created a survey for the club's committee and would be using the next week to seek feedback.
Old Collegians president Jason Moloney will be doing the same.
"With the (league) meeting next Wednesday, we want to make sure we take the opinion of the whole club," he said.
The club got verbal feedback from senior footballers at training last week.
Juniors are this week being asked for their views on the possible return of competition.
Old Collegians has also released an online survey for anyone to complete.
One question relates to the club wanting additional volunteer support to ensure government restrictions are met in the case of a season.
"If season gets up, we're assuming there's going to be a bunch of jobs to be done that might not have been there in previous years," Moloney said.
Old Collegians will have a committee meeting on Monday night to decide what the club will present to the league meeting.
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