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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: June 01, 2020, 09:58:26 PM »
I wonder if Norwich are also waiting on news before they loan Lynn Simon Power and or A N Other  :dontknow:

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: May 31, 2020, 05:14:29 PM »
Vardy was 29 when he broke into Premier League.

Adam Marriott is The Fox in the Box that we needed and still need.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 31, 2020, 05:08:16 PM »
How many times does this lot kick the can down the Road.   Ainít it good they donít have any really important decisions to make! Begs the question are they really fit for purpose?

To be fair Mallard, the National cannot make any decision until the EFL make their position clear ref Promotions and Relegations.

Once that is Done-and-Dusted Steps 1 & 2 can be resolved.

Hurry Up & Wait.  :laughcry: :laughcry:

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 28, 2020, 10:03:17 PM »
Whatever outcome of "The Bury Problem" and if team/s promoted and relegated - there will be the "Gap" in Step 1 NL or Step 2 North and South?

That "Gap" may be filled by Bury FC and if so it should be at Step 2 North (not National League Step 1).

However, if Bury FC are unable to reform - Who gets to fill "The Gap"  :dontknow:


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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 21, 2020, 12:46:21 PM »
What are you insulating Loughborough Linnet?

Just go to the (offending?) post and "Modify" or "Remove" BB any problem sorted.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 16, 2020, 09:15:33 AM »
"Express Sport contacted the EFL (on May 2nd) for comment and they insisted their stance has not changed since their previous update in September and point out that their decision had already been reviewed and upheld by law firm Bird & Bird.

They plan to restore the EFL to its full membership of 72 clubs for the 2020/21 campaign by reducing the amount of teams relegated from League Two to one.

Two sides will be promoted from the National League to make up the numbers."

Unfortunately the Express (and other National Newspapers) don't continue storyline down to Step 1 and 2 level.

Full Article: https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1276632/Bury-FC-EFL-season-scrapped-annulled-Steve-Dale-exclusive


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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 05, 2020, 02:18:12 PM »
Spot on WLM.   

So Swindon up from EFL2 to EFL1
   
Barrow up from. National League Prem to EFL 2

Wealdstone up from National League South to National League Prem

Bury to drop in National League North

Brackley (?) move from National League North to National League South.

....and then we have the Articles that say the three Step 2 Leagues cannot be treated differently. If a National League Team (Barrow on PPG) and a South League Team (Wealdstone on PPG) are promoted then the North League Team (King's Lynn on PPG) are not promoted the North League have been treated differently.

Even if ALL Step 1 and Step 2 Leagues decide to Null and Void it still leaves EFL 1 a team short - but that is how this 2019/20 Season started.

3 step 2 Leagues ?   Where is there a 3rd one ?

Apologies, I was talking about The Vanarama Leagues -    

Step 1: National League (Vanarama National League) Step 2: National League North (Vanarama North) and National League South (Vanarama South)

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 05, 2020, 12:54:10 PM »
Spot on WLM.   

So Swindon up from EFL2 to EFL1
   
Barrow up from. National League Prem to EFL 2

Wealdstone up from National League South to National League Prem

Bury to drop in National League North

Brackley (?) move from National League North to National League South.

....and then we have the Articles that say the three Step 2 Leagues cannot be treated differently. If a National League Team (Barrow on PPG) and a South League Team (Wealdstone on PPG) are promoted then the North League Team (King's Lynn on PPG) are not promoted the North League have been treated differently.

Even if ALL Step 1 and Step 2 Leagues decide to Null and Void it still leaves EFL 1 a team short - but that is how this 2019/20 Season started.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 05, 2020, 11:28:17 AM »
Surely there has to be Promotion, even if itís by default.   EFL DIV 2 running one team short.  So Barrow will move up into the League.  Then the team National League Southern will move to ( best PPG).  Bury to join The National League North, with a team from that League being pushed into the National League South ( Brackley?)

If the above were to happen how costly will the slip ups at home  against BPA/Guiseley have been ?

Mallard, it's EFL1 running a team short (Bury FC) not EFL2 so there has to be a "knock on effect" - One Team from EFL2 UP to EFL1, One Team UP from National to EFL2 and that's when it gets mucky. Who ever goes UP to National League leaves a slot behind them and who fills that slot? BURY FC that's who, they should not just drop into the middle of the pile (National League) they should go to the bottom of the pile at Step 2.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: May 01, 2020, 08:58:41 AM »
I see that the French have come up with 3 possibilities for determining the outcome of Ligue 1 and 2, which will not be declared null and void...clubs will vote on this :
Either
1/ PPG
2/ Results based on the midpoint of the season when everyone had played each other once.
3/ Extrapolate back to the lowest no of games played eg if memory serves me Gateshead may be lowest no played in Lynn's league at 31, so take everyone back to where they were at 31 played and base promotions/ relegations on that

As this has been put forward at such a high level, it may be the way the Prem and EFL go


https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/final-premier-league-table-leicester-4088135

Doing some research on the 3 x Options  I find the following:


1/ PPG -

King's Lynn 2.00 ppg  :cup2: York 1.94 ppg

2/ Results based on the midpoint of the season when everyone had played each other once. 

King's Lynn Wins x 14 + Draws x 5 = 47points   :cup2:  York City 12 x W and 8 x D = 44points

3/ Extrapolate back to the lowest no of games played, so take everyone back to where they were at 30 (Gloucester - not Gateshead at 31) and base promotions/ relegations on that.

King's Lynn Played 32  with 64points so take away Last Two Games - Guiseley  Home Lost 0-1 and Bradford Park Avenue Home Lost 0-1 = No Points Lost = 64points  :cup2:
York City Played 34 with 66 points so take away Last Four Games - Alfreton Away Won 1-3, Hereford Home Lost 1-4, Curzon Ashton Draw 1-1 and Kidderminster Away Won 0-1 = -7points = 59points

So in all scenarios King's Lynn are Champions  :cup2: :cup2: :cup2:  :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :worship: :worship: :worship:



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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: April 26, 2020, 02:24:55 PM »
These reports cover two different Clubs.

Bury FC  have applied for a place in the National League next season.


Bury AFC (a Phoenix Club) hope to play in the North West Counties League next season, the 9th and 10th tiers of the pyramid.

I had noticed that B&G. Just interesting that two Clubs are arising from the ashes of one (Bury FC) - what might happen to Bury AFC if Bury FC get back into Step 2 next season at National or Northern.

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: April 26, 2020, 09:09:10 AM »
A follow on from Bury News on 25 April 2020 basically confirming previous reports:

https://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/sport/football/shakers/18405357.bury-owner-steve-dale-targets-place-national-league/

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: April 26, 2020, 08:58:42 AM »
More about Bury FC from the Manchester Evening News 21 April 2020 - https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/hundreds-sign-up-become-bury-18121022

Here is a snippet from the article:

"Bury AFC was founded as a phoenix club by fans at the end of 2019 and in February had an application approved to join the North West Counties League Division One from the start of next season.

The new club is a reincarnation of Bury FC, who were expelled from the EFL over longstanding financial and ownership issues.

The newly formed club, which has more than 300 volunteers, has now launched a Shakers community membership scheme so fans can have their say in how the new club is run."

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