Bosses of a Norfolk football league have confirmed all results against a scandal-hit club will be expunged.

The decision comes after Norwich United dramatically withdrew from the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division last night, following weeks of allegations of secret filming in the dressing room, death threats and physical violence.

Thurlow Nunn Football League chairman, Peter Hitchings, said the club, nicknamed the Planters, would remain in the division despite the withdrawal, but would not compete.

He said all points and goals taken from the club would be scrubbed and it was likely that no clubs would be relegated this season.

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Mr Hitchings said: "We already have just one relegated this season due to the way the league has worked out and Norwich United remain in the table so it looks like it would be no relegation as they would go down.

"But we can't guarantee it as the FA sometimes do strange things and there could be a situation where one goes down."

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The decision means Thetford Town's record-breaking 12-0 win against the team will not stand, while Dereham Town who were due to face Norwich United this Saturday will have no weekend game.

Norfolk FA is currently investigating the Planters but officials at its Bowthorpe headquarters said there had been no update since the club's withdrawal.

Following news of the club's withdrawal, Wroxham chairman James Blower said supporters and volunteers at Norwich United could direct message him on Twitter or show their passes at the gate for free entry to the Yachtsmen's home game against Witham Town next Tuesday.

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The scandal began when players and staff made the allegations following a home game against Mulbarton Wanderers, with the club's manager then releasing an extraordinary statement saying he felt he had been "undermined at every opportunity".

Ahead of the 12-0 thumping against the Brecklanders, numerous senior players announced they would be quitting the club and it is thought the Planters' last three league fixtures saw them field an under-18 squad.

Norwich United declined to comment on how the club would move forward.