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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12 2011 10:15 am 
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Latest on Plymouth - just see the "saga" -

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/15256412.stm

... and doesn't the bidder look young!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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Club trying to avert a crisis:

http://evostikleague.pitchero.com/cable ... atus-6482/

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Next!

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=79853

Looks like mis-management in the extreme to me!

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Truro owe HMRC 100K and haven't paid their players for a month. Small beer for Mr Heaney!!


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Perton Pitman wrote:
Truro owe HMRC 100K and haven't paid their players for a month. Small beer for Mr Heaney!!


I say wind them up and promote the team who lost in the play-off final last season in their place....

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Kettering:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/15852722.stm

Ridiculous.

Might be a few players there worth looking at though?!

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Glyn wrote:


Sadly BBC link not working as I write

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/footbal ... efault.stm

but I understand that the club has been placed under a transfer embargo which means that the three players they've brought in on loan this week have to go back, but the three they've shipped out are gone; and they're having to field youth team players this weekend

http://www.poppynet.co.uk/viewtopic.php ... 8&start=10

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I remember a similar scenario at Weymouth a few years back ahead of a home game against Rushden (remember them??). The bookies hadn't twigged what was going on and failed to adjust the odds. As it was Rushden won 9-0 and a few Weymouth fans made more than a few quid out of the game


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The funeral bells are tolling at Kettering

http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/sport ... _1_3309320

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Everything isn't so rosy at Crawley then:

http://www.thisissussex.co.uk/INCONVENI ... story.html


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Everything isn't so rosy at Crawley then:

http://www.thisissussex.co.uk/INCONVENI ... story.html


Hmmm, we can think of one player they might sell for rather a lot of money....

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Scott wrote:
Everything isn't so rosy at Crawley then:

http://www.thisissussex.co.uk/INCONVENI ... story.html



Thanks for the free publicity.
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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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Glyn wrote:
The funeral bells are tolling at Kettering

http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/sport ... _1_3309320

:|


Ah, the situation at Rockingham Road is now made perfectly clear

http://www.ketteringtownfc.co.uk/story.php?story_id=914

Read it carefully, I'll be testing you on it later

What a mess

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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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Truro struggling to fill the bench and resorting to "having bodies available" :shock:

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81225

I'm sure we all wish them well...

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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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In the case of Kettering, promised sponsorship of over a million quid is pretty huge money. Makes you wonder why someone would pump such a sum into a club at Kettering's level and whether the club were wise to budget for such a sum coming in. Such a reliance on a single party to finance the club smacks of blind faith at best and naivety at worst - talk about all your eggs being in one basket!

ALso symptomatic of what is going on at non-league in general. Totally unsustainable and bound to end in tears sooner or later. CLubs must spread their risk and live within their means!!

Don't football authorities conduct any form of audit on clubs to ensure that they are being run on relatively sound foundations?


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Perton Pitman wrote:
In the case of Kettering, promised sponsorship of over a million quid is pretty huge money. Makes you wonder why someone would pump such a sum into a club at Kettering's level and whether the club were wise to budget for such a sum coming in. Such a reliance on a single party to finance the club smacks of blind faith at best and naivety at worst - talk about all your eggs being in one basket!

ALso symptomatic of what is going on at non-league in general. Totally unsustainable and bound to end in tears sooner or later. CLubs must spread their risk and live within their means!!

Don't football authorities conduct any form of audit on clubs to ensure that they are being run on relatively sound foundations?



You're having a laugh Perton, if they let it happen at the top without any control why are they going to bother at grass roots. After all we are talking about the sweet FA here.


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I'm hearing that Darlington have gone into administration for the third time, though I haven't yet got official confirmation

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16355902.stm

Oh, how loveable we all thought George Reynolds was when he used to be interviewed regularly in the media..... but oh, what an unbearable burden he left the club with, wonderful though their white elephant new stadium is

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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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Glyn wrote:
I'm hearing that Darlington have gone into administration for the third time, though I haven't yet got official confirmation

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16355902.stm



Now confirmed

I fear it could be final this time....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16395001.stm

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Will probably re-appear in the Unibond Div 1 North next season!


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 Post subject: Re: Clubs in crisis
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Perton Pitman wrote:
Will probably re-appear in the Unibond Div 1 North next season!


The problem is that, even if Darlington go under, no phoenix club could possibly take on the commitment of the Darlington Arena (or whatever its name is this week) and while there was talk of them moving back to Feethams, it's an overgrown mess, at present, I think.

All very sad - and as ever one's sympathy goes to the fans, it's not their fault that their club fell into the hands of a clown who had ideas way beyond their realistic station in life

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It would certainly make a good pub quiz question ..

"Name 5 clowns who have tried to run a football club!"

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Del wrote:
It would certainly make a good pub quiz question ..

"Name 5 clowns who have tried to run a football club!"

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LOL, we'd better be careful because of the libel laws, we don't want real clowns suing us for defamation by comparing them to (muppet) s like GR, IL, SC, etc etc etc....

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Del wrote:
Don't forget SV


Funnily enough, that's who I meant!!

Which pillock put the "V" next to the "C" on my kebyaord?!

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Mr Stimson has left the building at Kettering.... and you can have this on the Old Player Watch thread as well if you wish...

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81386

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i have heard that northwhich victoria are in trouble and may not see the season out


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i have heard that northwhich victoria are in trouble and may not see the season out


That applies every season Ian!!

But yes, we will see....

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Glyn wrote:
Mr Stimson has left the building at Kettering.... and you can have this on the Old Player Watch thread as well if you wish...

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81386


Ah - put on hold the news that Mark Cooper is back as manager of Kettering.....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16457700.stm

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Kettering/Darlington - three stories to choose from - take your pick

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/footbal ... efault.stm

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Northwich lose management team to Airbus is that the start of a new crisis?


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Northwich lose management team to Airbus is that the start of a new crisis?


Must get my atlas out again!! Easyjet yes - Airbus - hmmm!

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... and meanwhile the Darlington situation is looking more and more terminal

http://www.talksport.co.uk/sports-news/ ... ying-staff

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sucaba wrote:
Northwich lose management team to Airbus is that the start of a new crisis?


Nah, just the next episode in an ongoing one, despite the FA Trophy money

http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/ ... e-airfield

God bless my mate Andrew the welsh-prem.com webmaster, who can never write a story about Airbus without using "landing", "flying" or "winging in"....

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Darlo still hanging on in there - but for how much longer?

http://www.darlingtonandstocktontimes.co.uk/news/9474777.Darlington_FC_still_alive_and_kicking___but_only_just/

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Del wrote:


Desperate

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... and Kettering again

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16562583.stm

- seems it's a race at present to see who goes bump first (and Hearts have failed to pay their players for a fourth consecutive month...)

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More problems for NVFC http://www.northwichvics.co.uk/index.ph ... Itemid=107


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Puzzled by this.A club has to have a minimum agreed lease acceptable to the League.Was this not subject of specific intervention and sanction at the start of the season by the League?Would assume that anyone holding a charge over the property and indeed the owner to have been party to such agreement which was accepted by the League.So how can the immediate occupancy of the ground be at risk by reason of a third party who would be bound by those arrangements.Surely notice is likely to take effect at the end of the agreed arrangement(possibly end of season.)I would only see an immediate problem if above is right and if payments to the Landlord/owner are not being met in which case are we witnessing another Truro? Although the fans deserve better I have to say the League need to pro-actively sort this out.


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Puzzled by this.A club has to have a minimum agreed lease acceptable to the League.Was this not subject of specific intervention and sanction at the start of the season by the League?Would assume that anyone holding a charge over the property and indeed the owner to have been party to such agreement which was accepted by the League.So how can the immediate occupancy of the ground be at risk by reason of a third party who would be bound by those arrangements.Surely notice is likely to take effect at the end of the agreed arrangement(possibly end of season.)I would only see an immediate problem if above is right and if payments to the Landlord/owner are not being met in which case are we witnessing another Truro? Although the fans deserve better I have to say the League need to pro-actively sort this out.



No not a Truro, it's another Northwich Victoria, this happens year after year at Northwich and my heartfelt sympathy lies with all their fans.

A lot us have been half joking all season that they would blow up in some way by Christmas and sad to say we weren't far wrong.

Terry Mc may prove me wrong but I would think a minimum agreed lease would only apply if you were groundsharing at another club. I seem to remember they had to clear some debt at the start of the season before the administrators would allow them to play there, sure that's why the Kendal game was postponed, but as long as they did that they were OK.


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More specifically by another 'Truro' I mean that there were rumours of financial problems relating to Truro well before they gained promotion. Details did not emerge until after promotion which clearly indicate they secured promotion assisted by not paying Revenue and Customs and possibly others.Here I am suggesting that it is potentially a similar case unless robust enquiry is made by the League as I cannot understand why the immediate occupancy of the ground by Northwich is in doubt if as expected proper documentation is in place vetted and agreed by the League unless there are problems with current payments to the owner.Another Truro then if this is not investigated properly???


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PitmanKeith wrote:
sucaba wrote:
Puzzled by this.A club has to have a minimum agreed lease acceptable to the League.Was this not subject of specific intervention and sanction at the start of the season by the League?Would assume that anyone holding a charge over the property and indeed the owner to have been party to such agreement which was accepted by the League.So how can the immediate occupancy of the ground be at risk by reason of a third party who would be bound by those arrangements.Surely notice is likely to take effect at the end of the agreed arrangement(possibly end of season.)I would only see an immediate problem if above is right and if payments to the Landlord/owner are not being met in which case are we witnessing another Truro? Although the fans deserve better I have to say the League need to pro-actively sort this out.



No not a Truro, it's another Northwich Victoria, this happens year after year at Northwich and my heartfelt sympathy lies with all their fans.

A lot us have been half joking all season that they would blow up in some way by Christmas and sad to say we weren't far wrong.

Terry Mc may prove me wrong but I would think a minimum agreed lease would only apply if you were groundsharing at another club. I seem to remember they had to clear some debt at the start of the season before the administrators would allow them to play there, sure that's why the Kendal game was postponed, but as long as they did that they were OK.


Well it looks like a year long lease signed after their licence was deemed not sufficient security of tenure and after first game was called off by League was not robust enough to bind the third party!! They are likely to be out by the weekend unless legal action can buy them more time.Plans for the owner of the club to buy the ground/land had fallen through some time ago.So much for the League intervention. May be they can ground share on emergency basis.As I said Truro re-visited.


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On to the playing side of things.We put seven day notice in for Kinsella when at Stafford-wonder if he is back on our radar as apparantly not been playing much there


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This saga poses a few questions which probably can't be answered at the moment:-

Who, in the current climate, would want to buy a football stadium (presumably they want to build on it?)?

Is there a covenant on the ground which prevents it from being used for anything other than sporting related activities?

Have Vics been paying their bills / rent? If not, then I have little sympathy with the owner (obviously been concerned with on-field activities a little too much) but a huge amount with the fans.

Will the departure of Preece et al see a player exodus to Airbus?

Will Vics be in a position to fulfil their fixtures?

Will the league allow them to?

A bit of a mess, but the club are becoming another running joke alongside the likes of Darlo - it's the fans I feel sorry for!


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Link to Northwich Forum for those interested:
http://www.nvfc.co.uk/forum

On a different note, maybe somewhat irritating but adverts in between posts is a potential way to generate incone for SA?


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Rumours are abounding that the Vics will play some home matches at a local rugby ground


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A choice of threads (several of which are about Vics) on which I could have posted this.... I wasn't aware until I heard [not giving it my undivided attention] an interview on talkSPORT this morning with a Huddersfield Town fan about shenanigans there relating to ground ownership - seems the guy who owns the ground bought it for £2 (and he also owns Huddersfield Giants RL) and the HTFC fans aren't happy

One thread here

http://downatthemac.proboards.com/index ... read=64183

and there are numerous others on their forum, if you'd like to dig

This fans' spokesman mentioned Stockport, Darlington, Coventry and Northwich as clubs with similar problems....

just when you thought from the league table that all was well at Huddersfield!

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... and elsewhere another club has bitten the dust

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81758

... this is the club which is/was owned by the guy caught up in the Pakistan cricketers spot-fixing scandal isn't it?

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... and Kettering may be unable to fulfil Saturday's fixture...

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81773

That domino-effect is gathering pace isn't it?

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Glyn wrote:
... and Kettering may be unable to fulfil Saturday's fixture...

http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/inde ... &nid=81773

That domino-effect is gathering pace isn't it?

:|


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/16617069.stm

Don't think I'd worry about being in breach of contract if I were them, since the club is already?!

Doh!

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Darlo saved by the fans - for now!!

http://www.darlingtonandstocktontimes.co.uk/news/9485511._Darlington_is_in_my_heart_forever_/

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