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  2. TheolderIgetthebetterIwas

    SCOTLAND!

    They would earn more playing for some of the teams in Cornwall ....bonkers ..lol
  3. chesterfield

    ECL AGM propsal

    The leagues are in a right state arent they it needs a well thought out re structure! When it was one big league the bottom few teams were clinging to there senior status and continually voted back in. Now the leagues have been split and opened up its lost that senior feel.(some of the standard of facilities should never been in there and yet some teams have really made a big effort to improve ) There’s been a massive geographical change in there as well with lots of Plymouth based sides when I first played there was loads of games st Dennis ,foxhole,nanpean,st Stephen,roach,probus then you would travel to grounds like wadebridge liskard launceston Callington torpoint Bodmin all great grounds . Over time there’s been a few teams folded few been successful and some teams and lots of players who don’t want to be a part of it .The east Cornwall league having plymstock, elburton villa ,parkway, plympton ,lakeside they come In for a year then are gone again. see how many players in there mid 20s playing in the duchy leagues who should be playing higher.Within the east Cornwall leagues you wouldn’t expect players to be getting paid but the travelling is is making it financially difficult for players to play in it
  4. hedgerow

    ECPL AGM

    Also the Whole Game System will be introduced this season
  5. RAPPO

    SCOTLAND!

    Haha 😆 Celtic would be the only team who could hold their own in the Premier league Dave. Think they would get quite a few points at home. Would say the top half of the Premier league would compare to the Championship. Aberdeen, Hibernian, Hearts and possibly Motherwell on their day. The bottom half of the Prem more like league 1. Would say the likes of Dundee, Accies, Kilmarnock be on a par with Argyle. The Championship with the likes of Dundee Utd, Partick Thistle, Falkirk etc is more bottom end League 1/ League 2 standard. League 1 and 2 would be non league in England as its semi pro. Know the chairmen at Albion Rovers and Stirling Albion and the players are on £200-300 a week in those leagues Dave. Would say the tempo up there is faster and more physical in general but not quite as technical as England. Seen some cracking games up there over the years though mate 👍⚽️
  6. TheolderIgetthebetterIwas

    SCOTLAND!

    Signed for Truro from Penryn....lol - we teach them well down here . He's always popping in to see his old muckers.....nice fella.
  7. Rayvon

    SCOTLAND!

    That good, surprised Penryn never snapped him up.
  8. TheolderIgetthebetterIwas

    SCOTLAND!

    Combination level ...lol
  9. TheolderIgetthebetterIwas

    Steven Gerrard - New Rangers Manager

    Hello Mark. Hope you are well. Her mother was Scottish, and she always wanted to go up there, but we never got around to it, now she says she's to old ....74 years young !!!!! Saw some Welsh footy once, and that was very physical as well, a lot of ex pro's and some toughies !!!! Scottish footy is destroyed by Celtic, and most would have the same impression I have I'm afraid, can't see myself changing my mind in the near future either. Stay fit buddy. Yup, I do lean toward that way of thinking.
  10. Today
  11. Cornishfootball

    ECPL AGM

    When will the fixture list be announced? Cheers
  12. Frogpool & Cusgarne has club reshuffle. After Nick Mallaber’s resignation at he end of last season, Frogpool & Cusgarne have taken multiple steps into reshuffling the club so that it is in a strong place for next season. Long-term committee member Lee Booker has been appointed as Chairman, Michelle Mallaber will continue her role as treasurer while Dan Templeton will take over as fixture secretary, Shaun Smith as registration secretary and Tim Edwards as minutes secretary. As far as management is concerned, Dan Templeton will be running the first team following the second team’s title winning campaign last season. However, he will be accompanied by loyal friend Tom Gall who will step up as co-manager. The club are pleased to announce that Darren Meagor will be running the second team alongside a new management team. The club also welcomed many new faces onto the committee and we are really excited for next season. Pre-season starts on Wednesday July 4th, 6:30 at the Richard Jory Playing Field where everyone is welcome. Due to all the changes, we are very sorry to cancel our annually five-a-side tournament. However, we look forward to going again next year. Nick Mallaber will be staying amongst the committee, and the club would like to reiterate its gratitude for his tireless work.
  13. claret&blue

    Under 16 Goalkeeper Wanted

    Bodmin Youth Under 16s, playing in the top division of the DJM League require a goalkeeper for the coming season, all games are Saturday Mornings so would still be available for East Cornwall / Kernow Youth League games on Sundays. Any lad interested please message me on here.Thanks
  14. Dave Deacon

    SCOTLAND!

    Where would you put the standard in comparison to English equivalent? Celtic apart!
  15. RAPPO

    Steven Gerrard - New Rangers Manager

    Yeah that’s not really Scottish football as a whole though Dave. I agree Celtic are 20 points better than anyone else in the Premier league but I’ve watched some really good matches up there in the lower divisions including the Highland and Lowland leagues and it’s really competitive. Clubs like Dundee United can’t get out the Championship and Rangers took a couple of attempts. It’s decent football and very physical, should take the mrs up there for a little holiday and have a look Dave, reckon you would be surprised at the standard mate 👍
  16. RAPPO

    SCOTLAND!

    Great move for Cody Dave! The ground only 8 miles from the bro and sis in laws so will pop over and watch him next season. Tom Owen-Evans signed for Falkirk as well, half hour up the road. Both lovely little new stadiums, hope the lads do well, no more than Cody deserves after his performances last season. Watched a lot of Scottish football and I reckon he will do really well. Tom next maybe!? 🤔
  17. Dave Deacon

    SCOTLAND!

    Cody Cooke off to Scotland as he’s signing for St Mirren!
  18. THE LYNX AFFECT

    ECPL AGM

    good luck for next season..smiffy
  19. Brianmooreshead

    Steven Gerrard - New Rangers Manager

    Using that logic, German & French football is also a joke
  20. Hobbs to Saltash?????? Cannot see saltash signing him
  21. There’s more out today and pinned at top of this sub-forum to be updated when each release comes out
  22. Cornishfootball

    The Way Too Early Transfer Rumour Thread

    Oh, knew those thought was more on the move! Ta
  23. ECPL AGM The ECPL AGM held on Wednesday night voted for a 23 team constitution. 13 in the Premier Division and 10 in Division One. The league ended the season with 27 clubs. In the Premier Division Bere Alston United took promotion to the Peninsula League but also lost Plymouth Parkway Reserves and Pensilva who withdrew from the league. Wadebridge Town Reserves and Millbrook Reserves were promoted from Division One with St Blazey Reserves being relegated to Division One. Lakeside Athletic and Elburton Villa Reserves also pulled out of Division One who accepted Duchy League Champions St Stephen who returned to the league after pulling out of the league after the 2012/13 season. The season starts on Saturday 18th August. With the league losing so many clubs it was decided to resurrect the Supplementary Cup and make the Roy Radford Division Cup a two legged affair for each round. The Supplementary Cup will be for the losing teams in the first round of the League Cup. The league also voted on to the management committee Polperro manager Matt Pengelly who replaces Hilary Kent. Also voted on to the committee was former Saltash United secretary Steve Ludlow who becomes the leagues registration secretary. The remaining committee members were all re elected. The top referee award went to Tony Rogers. A great deal of time was taken up in discussing the use of roll on roll off substitutes. It resulted in this being omtroduced which means a team may name five substitutes of which all can be used on a roll on roll off basis. It was felt that being able to name five substitutes but only being able to use three was unfair for the unused players and would help to keep players in the game. The draw was made for the league cup and divisional cups. The League Cup Preliminary Draw is: Millbrook v Lanreath, St Teath v Callington Town, St Blazey v Looe Town, Morwenstow v St Minver, Padstow United v Tavistock, Launceston v Liskeard Athletic, St Stephens Borough v Saltash United. Fred Binks Premier Division Cup Preliminary Round: Saltash United v St Austell, Wadebridge Town v Liskeard Athletic, Torpoint Athletic v Callington Town, Plymstock United v Launceston, Looe Town v Tavistock. Roy Radford Division One Cup Preliminary Round: St Teath v Padstow United, Mevagissey v St Stephen. The 2018/19 Constitution is Premier Division: Callington Town, Launceston, Liskeard Athletic, Looe Town, Millbrook, Plymstock United, Polperro, Saltash United, St Austell, St Stephens Borough, Tavistock, Torpoint Athletic, Wadebridge Town Division One: Lanreath, Mevagissey, Morwenstow, Newquay, Padstrow United, Roche, St Blazey, St Minver, St Stephen, St Teath.
  24. 001 Danny Medlin : From : Torpoint Athletic : To : Millbrook 002 Liam Thornton : From : Torpoint Athletic : To : Millbrook 003 Nathan Cooper : From : St Martins : To : Exmouth Town 004 Aaron Denny : From : Budleigh Salterton : To : Exmouth Town 005 Jamie Dirrane : From : St Martins : To : Exmouth Town 006 Kevin Hill : From : Budleigh Salterton : To : Exmouth Town 007 Kieran Willdigs : From : St Martins : To : Exmouth Town 008 Nathan Antat : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 009 Matthew Clenahan : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 010 Glenn Gould : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 011 Billy Rouse : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 012 Jacob Rowe : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 013 Ashley Smith : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 014 Joshua Stunnell : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 015 Cameron Vere : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 016 Tyler Wellman : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 017 Lewis Russell : From : Bodmin Town : To : Saltash United 018 Michael Benyon : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 019 Adam Kana-ah : From : Sidmouth Town : To : Axminster Town 020 Ben Clay : From : Honiton Town : To : Sidmouth Town 021 Chris Metters : From : Newton A Spurs : To : St Martins
  25. Yesterday
  26. It’s no secret Cornishfootball! The League posted it in their first newsletter of the season : Danny Medlin and Liam Thornton from Torpoint to Millbrook. 😀👍
  27. Cornishfootball

    The Way Too Early Transfer Rumour Thread

    To or from? Spill the beans
  28. Cornishfootball

    ECL AGM propsal

    If there are too many teams for ECPL to have 1 league then stop any promotions from the Duchy until the restructure and send the bottom club from Div 1 down. Seems stupid noone seems to go down very often from Div 1 to Duchy Prem. Actually thats unfair on the teams from Duchy that have earned the right to go up...... just relegate a couple of sides from Div 1
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