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PostPosted: Thu May 18 2017 7:27 pm 
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Stourbridge fringe player Brad Birch leaves for Worcester:

http://nonleaguedaily.com/latest-transf ... witch.html

This article states that Worcester "resigned their place in the National North." They didn't have a place in the National North...


They did until the agm in June, therefore the article is quite correct.
Someone has to do the job while Glyn is away

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No, I'm not having it. They finished in a relegation position, they lost their National League place the second the final whistle went. I don't care when the AGM is!


They resigned in March (before the 31st March deadline for doing so without incurring a fine). It was the fact that they then finished in a relegation place that forced them down to the ML.

They can't have resigned from the Southern League (where they would have ended up) as they were never a member of it... not since 2004 anyway...


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PostPosted: Fri May 19 2017 7:03 am 
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TRM wrote:
Lee K wrote:
PitmanKeith wrote:
Lee K wrote:
Stourbridge fringe player Brad Birch leaves for Worcester:

http://nonleaguedaily.com/latest-transf ... witch.html

This article states that Worcester "resigned their place in the National North." They didn't have a place in the National North...


They did until the agm in June, therefore the article is quite correct.
Someone has to do the job while Glyn is away

:P


No, I'm not having it. They finished in a relegation position, they lost their National League place the second the final whistle went. I don't care when the AGM is!


They resigned in March (before the 31st March deadline for doing so without incurring a fine). It was the fact that they then finished in a relegation place that forced them down to the ML.

They can't have resigned from the Southern League (where they would have ended up) as they were never a member of it... not since 2004 anyway...


I'm wrong in criticising the article then, I don't like being wrong :-(


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PostPosted: Fri May 19 2017 9:01 am 
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Lee K wrote:
TRM wrote:
Lee K wrote:
PitmanKeith wrote:
Lee K wrote:
Stourbridge fringe player Brad Birch leaves for Worcester:

http://nonleaguedaily.com/latest-transf ... witch.html

This article states that Worcester "resigned their place in the National North." They didn't have a place in the National North...


They did until the agm in June, therefore the article is quite correct.
Someone has to do the job while Glyn is away

:P


No, I'm not having it. They finished in a relegation position, they lost their National League place the second the final whistle went. I don't care when the AGM is!


They resigned in March (before the 31st March deadline for doing so without incurring a fine). It was the fact that they then finished in a relegation place that forced them down to the ML.

They can't have resigned from the Southern League (where they would have ended up) as they were never a member of it... not since 2004 anyway...


I'm wrong in criticising the article then, I don't like being wrong :-(


Told you (muppet)


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PostPosted: Fri May 19 2017 11:48 pm 
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Rushall Olympic appoint a new manager:

http://www.rofc.co.uk/news/BREAKING-NEW ... -ANNOUNCED


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Newly-promoted Lancaster City sign Sam Bailey from Kendal and Scott Harries from Warrington...

http://www.lancastercityfc.co.uk/news/n ... 01611.html

...but lose top scorer Jordan Connerton and Mike Hale


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Strangers raising funds for a new shed



And meanwhile Haseley has left...


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Alty aim to buy back 117,000 shares as they aim to re-finance "... so that (we) can get back to where (we) belong, at the pinnacle of non-league football..."


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PostPosted: Tue May 23 2017 4:57 pm 
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Interesting reading for sure!

http://thesetpieces.com/features/rise-rise-afc-fylde/

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PostPosted: Tue May 23 2017 5:12 pm 
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Yes, but what's it doing on this thread? (and three months after it was published, at that....)

:? :roll: :twisted:

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