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Author:  Glyn [ Sun Mar 01 2020 8:12 am ]
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See who scored for Stour in yesterday's only-surviving fixture:

https://www.betvictorsouthern.co.uk/res ... entral/Feb

Funny old game isn't it...

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 04 2020 8:27 am ]
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Last night's postponements, with the odd result thrown in - pitiful (crows) again

https://www.betvictorsouthern.co.uk/Res ... 20Central/

Author:  Glyn [ Sun Mar 08 2020 8:15 am ]
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Yesterday's results in detail, assorted ex-Pitmen on the mark...

https://www.betvictorsouthern.co.uk/Res ... 20Central/

Author:  Glyn [ Mon Mar 09 2020 3:23 pm ]
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Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 11 2020 8:06 am ]
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Author:  PitmanKeith [ Wed Mar 18 2020 12:41 pm ]
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Absolute joke

https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/nuneaton ... 23337.html

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 18 2020 2:11 pm ]
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No matter what ownership regime, it seems they will never learn.

Author:  PitmanKeith [ Thu Mar 19 2020 8:55 am ]
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https://www.leistonfc.co.uk/news/blues- ... 23826.html

All change at Leiston

Author:  Lee K [ Tue Mar 24 2020 5:42 pm ]
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OUR SEASON IS OVER:

https://www.betvictorsouthern.co.uk/New ... hc.twitter

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 25 2020 8:00 am ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void

b) Whether the season resumes or not, Nuneaton are surely in deep doo-doo, with some of their players contracted at crazy wages... (as an aside, I hear Blose are asking those of their players who are on over £6k per week to take a 50% wage cut - so presumably if you're "only" on £5k per week you get paid in full, but if you're on £6002 per week you get £3001. You know it makes sense... )

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 25 2020 9:45 am ]
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See attached...

Author:  abacus [ Wed Mar 25 2020 1:33 pm ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void

b) Whether the season resumes or not, Nuneaton are surely in deep doo-doo, with some of their players contracted at crazy wages... (as an aside, I hear Blose are asking those of their players who are on over £6k per week to take a 50% wage cut - so presumably if you're "only" on £5k per week you get paid in full, but if you're on £6002 per week you get £3001. You know it makes sense... )
I read that as all receive first £5k or what limit is agreed then above that if at all the 50% deferred applies- anyone on £5k a week could donate the full amount above that to a food bank in my opinion

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 25 2020 2:38 pm ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void

b) Whether the season resumes or not, Nuneaton are surely in deep doo-doo, with some of their players contracted at crazy wages... (as an aside, I hear Blose are asking those of their players who are on over £6k per week to take a 50% wage cut - so presumably if you're "only" on £5k per week you get paid in full, but if you're on £6002 per week you get £3001. You know it makes sense... )
I read that as all receive first £5k or what limit is agreed then above that if at all the 50% deferred applies- anyone on £5k a week could donate the full amount above that to a food bank in my opinion

Ah, right, and hear hear; my computer won't allow me to look at anything relating to Blose so I hadn't seen the finer detail..

:twisted:

Author:  Ale Fan On Tour [ Wed Mar 25 2020 3:12 pm ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void

b) Whether the season resumes or not, Nuneaton are surely in deep doo-doo, with some of their players contracted at crazy wages... (as an aside, I hear Blose are asking those of their players who are on over £6k per week to take a 50% wage cut - so presumably if you're "only" on £5k per week you get paid in full, but if you're on £6002 per week you get £3001. You know it makes sense... )
I read that as all receive first £5k or what limit is agreed then above that if at all the 50% deferred applies- anyone on £5k a week could donate the full amount above that to a food bank in my opinion

Ah, right, and hear hear; my computer won't allow me to look at anything relating to Blose so I hadn't seen the finer detail..

:twisted:
Need to update software, can't keep living in the past when Villa last won a cup :-D :-D

Author:  Glyn [ Wed Mar 25 2020 3:14 pm ]
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:mrgreen:

Author:  The Beerhunter [ Wed Mar 25 2020 6:06 pm ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void.
And that is why it must be decided on PPG.

Author:  bix_the_dog [ Wed Mar 25 2020 8:28 pm ]
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Get with the programme; sheriff has been saying that for months ;)

Author:  Glyn [ Thu Mar 26 2020 8:09 am ]
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Points arising:

a) Strangers will escape relegation if the NPL season is declared null and void.
And that is why it must be decided on PPG.
:twisted:
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Get with the programme; sheriff has been saying that for months ;)
:twisted:

Author:  Ale Fan On Tour [ Thu Mar 26 2020 3:19 pm ]
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So still waiting on National League to make a decision.

Author:  Glyn [ Thu Mar 26 2020 4:07 pm ]
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So still waiting on National League to make a decision.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52 ... 4StHvLhmiI

Barrow will sue if their season is annulled. Their Chairman was on the radio earlier saying how much they've already invested in bringing their ground up to scratch to meet EFL requirements... Harrogate pretty miffed too, at the prospect...

Acknowledging that there are issues with player contracts, my solution (which I gather isn't original) is/was to complete this season whenever it's possible, then next season just play each team once rather than twice so that by Summer 2022 we're back where we should be. But the FA knows best, of course...

Author:  PitmanKeith [ Fri Mar 27 2020 7:05 am ]
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Records expunged, Bails and Gloves are going to be upset, Bails after being on three away from club record apps has now got to get to 400 again and Gloves has to score another twenty to get to 100 goals for the club again :x

Author:  PitmanKeith [ Fri Mar 27 2020 7:07 am ]
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Does this also mean that Graham and Hayden take over with immediate effect?
Can we start planning for next season now finding a manager and a squad or does that still have to wait until June 1st?

Author:  Perton Pitman [ Fri Mar 27 2020 7:11 am ]
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I’ve broken the news to my lad that his 4 goals from 12 appearances in a holding midfield role also won’t count. He kept telling me that holding midfielders with a goal every 3 games in the PL would command a 30 million price tag.

Author:  PitmanKeith [ Fri Mar 27 2020 7:22 am ]
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Here's my radical answer, posted on the Southern Central Facebook page, I am expecting a bit of flak.

Step 3 down split all the Leagues next season in half geographically, bring clubs up from the level below to make up numbers, that way promotion is in effect achieved. Then at the end of next season based on where you finish you will either get promoted, stay at the level you are at or drop back down again, would create a lot interest.
So next season you would have eight leagues at step 3, 16 at step 4 etc etc.

Author:  Glyn [ Fri Mar 27 2020 8:45 am ]
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South Shields Chairman on Five Live having a proper rant (and rightly so), and David Haythornthwaite at Flyde says the FA "have been shambolic...

A bit like his team this season then...

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