Myrtleford president Ian Wales believes many associated with the league want it canned.
Wales says the restrictions placed on clubs by the coronavirus could well be the only winner this year.
"I think that's the preferred option of everyone," Wales said when asked whether the season should be abandoned due to the strict COVID-19 safety measures.
"It just seems every time you turn the corner, there's another hurdle rather than getting into the Flemington straight (laughs), it's a long bend."
The country's two biggest winter brands - the NRL and AFL - have battled a variety of obstacles over recent months with the former set to start on Thursday, while the AFL is slated for June 11.
Every time you turn the corner, there's another hurdle rather than getting into the Flemington straight.Ian Wales
"They (AFL) haven't hit the straight yet either, they're still racing around corners, you look at the Adelaide and West Coast situations and we also have cross-border issues too," Wales said.
The O and M experienced that last week.
On Tuesday, AFL Victoria announced its regulations for Return to Small Outdoor Group Training Protocols, which included clubs being able to train in two groups of 10 on the same ground, but well apart from each other at all times.
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However from last Friday,, AFL NSW-ACT announced clubs can train in three groups of 10 at the same time, but likewise with no interaction.
The Hume League dropped one of the code's biggest bombshells in years last week when it decided to not play for a premiership this year.