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General Discussion / Re: 20/21 Season and fans
« on: July 27, 2020, 09:04:18 PM »
Ollie Bayliss
@Ollie_Bayliss
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The National League plans to start on Sat 3rd Oct.
Step 2 will begin that day with the FA Cup.
Final games will be on Sat 29th May with playoffs in June.
The League says it’s likely that crowd numbers will be significant reduced due to the social distanced capacity of grounds.
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Doesn't mention Step 1
I assume that having taken into account social distancing for directors (minimum 40) and press (minimum 12) there will still be enough room for social distanced season ticket holders that have bought seats for the centre block.

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General Discussion / Salary Cap
« on: July 27, 2020, 12:07:44 PM »
@Ollie_Bayliss
A group of around 12 National League clubs are proposing a salary cap.
They want annual limits of:
🔸 £900,000 for the National League
🔸 £600,000 for the National North/South
The working group hope the limit will be introduced via a vote at the League AGM in August.
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An interesting idea but how will it be enforced?
Is the cap inclusive of travel expenses?
Will there be a limit on signing-on payments?
I'm sure clubs will find ways around this in order to attract the right players.




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General Discussion / Re: 20/21 Season and fans
« on: July 18, 2020, 02:58:29 PM »
So is this saying football may return no earlier than 5th September but no fans?
I guess the assumption is that Social Distancing Guidelines will have changed by then.

http://www.thefa.com/news/2020/jul/17/grassroots-guidance-for-competitive-football-restart-in-england-170720

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's prices
« on: July 17, 2020, 02:50:29 PM »

Appreciate we can all look at pricing from a personal perspective (good for me who can buy my ticket 7 days in advance and only see a £2 increase) but realistically there are not that many yellow seats  . . .

Space will be at a premium. Minimum number of seats for directors 40 and  12 for press (with lighting and writing facilities) and then double that number to allow for social distancing. Social distancing in the press box could be a challenge.

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's prices
« on: July 17, 2020, 11:36:24 AM »
Listening to Boris this morning - “From October we intend to bring back audiences in stadia in a Covid-secure way subject to the successful outcome of pilots."

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General Discussion / Re: Win a 2020/2021 Season Ticket for The Walks
« on: July 08, 2020, 01:20:58 PM »
Current requirements can be found here
http://www.thefa.com/-/media/thefacom-new/files/about-the-fa/2019/ground-grading/grade-a-july-2019.ashx?la=en
I would guess it is up to the club to say what the Trust could help with - maybe the extra entrances   :dontknow:


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General Discussion / Re: NEIL FRYATT
« on: July 05, 2020, 05:59:29 PM »
Reserves "Home" matches at Downham

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General Discussion / Re: Club and Community Football.
« on: July 04, 2020, 10:17:29 AM »
and the response from the KLCF Facebook page:

Dear Players, Parents & Supporters
It has come to our attention that King’s Lynn Town Football Club have today issued a statement regarding the links between KLCF and themselves.
We are greatly saddened, disappointed and disheartened at the many untruths and assertions contained within this article.
As many of you will know, King’s Lynn Community Football was set up in 2002 thanks to the assistance of many local agencies, organisations, schools and businesses with grants and support from the Football Foundation, Borough Council and West Norfolk Partnership. KLCF sadly lost its office at the town football club when this went into administration in 2009 and is indebted to the organisations, businesses and Trustees that supported it through this difficult period.
KLCF is a not-for-profit organisation run self-sustainably and independently for the benefit of its users. Charitable status was gained in 2014 and we run several programmes within the local community, schools and college supporting and providing opportunities for children, young people and adults to play sport and football at all levels and ability.
The scheme endeavours to form strong links within football, both with professional and semi-professional clubs locally and further afield. KLCF has in turn acted as a feeder from its own elite and development programmes to these clubs as well as nurturing and supporting coach development. We would hope that our results speak for themselves.
We are saddened by this article on many levels, not least by the impact on our many players we endeavour to provide opportunities for but also for our coaches who have given their time, energy and enthusiasm to supporting the town football club over so very many years.
We would wish King’s Lynn Town Football Club every success with their new venture and hope that we may again enjoy a close working relationship with them at some point in the future.
We would like to thank all our key stakeholders, West Norfolk Schools Sports Partnership, Alive West Norfolk, The College of West Anglia, Double G Clothing, local schools, parents, players, volunteers and employees together with our tireless Trustees for their on-going support and commitment.
We look forward to welcoming back participants to all our sessions; whether in schools, college, football, holiday or partner activities, once it is safe to do so.
Best wishes and stay safe
KLCF

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General Discussion / Re: Venue cancellation
« on: May 08, 2020, 11:23:00 AM »
and a little bit tactless of Mr Cleeve to take to Twitter to say how well one of his investments is doing.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 03, 2020, 12:57:53 PM »
I wonder what Chorley received.

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General Discussion / Re: Chairman's podcast
« on: April 19, 2020, 07:03:06 PM »
I remember when he advertised the manager's post after Culverhouse left he emphasised that fact that there was no Board to delay decision making.

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General Discussion / Re: Chairman's podcast
« on: April 19, 2020, 06:00:59 PM »
To quote the KHIST website:
"KHIST 2020 LOTTERY – launched November 2010 – The lottery has now raised over £100,000 for the club, whilst delivering out large cash and other prizes each month to those who take part"

In fairness to SC he is very unlikely to quote parts that do not fit his argument.  I mean who would do that.
Someone who is more interested in scoring cheap political points in order to cause trouble rather than presenting a fair picture.

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General Discussion / Re: Chairman's podcast
« on: April 19, 2020, 03:14:08 PM »
The KHIST were raising funds for the club. Basically it was just another dig at the Trust but there was no mention that KHIST were shareholders . This was before the Ground Development Fund was started.

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General Discussion / Re: Chairman's podcast
« on: April 19, 2020, 11:55:09 AM »
I believe in his past programme notes Stephen Cleeve has praised the work of Kidderminster Harriers Independent Supporters' Trust although he didn't seem to mention that they have two members on the KHFC board.

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