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  1. Of course the main question is, re all this player improvement - why do they want to win the league - is it for bragging rights only or promotion. This season they have a choice but next season if they win the league they have to accept promotion or be relegated - interesting. Of course by then the FA may have changed all the rules again !
  2. If they are included it was only Bradford, Wellington & Bridport with ground hops in Premier. - Bridport average over 100 anyway and Wellington have, so far, without the ground hops. But as you can see from your figures its about success that brings them in as well,
  3. If you look at the Tool Station Western league web site home page - scroll down and all the average attendances are given - for most of the premier those figures belie this Saturday's fixtures. I think its two over 200 and a further 8 over 100, so a bit of a blip this week.
  4. Could I just add to the list, that the 'Plymouth Parkway Supporters Club' player of the season was Rob Farkins.
  5. Thankyou Richard, could not remember their name (not near Swindon). With regard to the rest we will have to disagree - the FA have contravened all that was said by them at public meetings, by details circulated and past history of dealings with clubs.
  6. I have said all along since the first announcement of the revised pyramid system that it would soon run into disrepute, irrespective of whether or not to remain helps the club. They spoke at meetings that it would have mandatory promotion and relegation, clubs who refused promotion would be relegated. In fact a club Swindon way last season refused promotion and was relegated from step 5 to step 6, as it didn't want promotion to step 4. In the past clubs that have pulled out of step 4 have not been called voluntary relegated and the those at the bottom saved, they have been replaced by clubs who finished in second spot with the best points per game nationally. I said when it started that all a club had to do was mess around when it was mandatory promoted and the FA would just drop it back. They have done this with Street, not complying with the planned pyramid. So when a Cornish club has mandatory promotion to step 5, really doesn't want it, there are a number of ways to avoid it. Don't do any improved ground works till after the date. After a few months in the league ask to be 'voluntary relegated' back to step 6, put loads of gravel down where the public stand, there are numerous ways to produce the negative result. The FA should deal with the promotion and relegation as it stands at the end of the season, then deal with those who want to change steps and fill the vacancies with those who do want to be promoted on the agreed ppg syatem.
  7. Spot on Rob, because with a pyramid system that the FA are trying to run and even further develop, it should all be based on promotion and relegation. So the first thing that happens is those in relegation spots at the end of the season are demoted and those in promotion spots are promoted, whatever system of promotion that exists between various leagues. It might be two down two up, may be a three involved, but what ever it is that is what happens at the end of the season. If a club decides to seek permission to be relegated and moved from the league they are in for all sorts of reasons, that is a separate matter all together. That move, if granted by the Fa, would create a vacancy in that league. The next club in line would than be promoted, it could be ppg, it could be play offs, 'toss of a coin' almost anything, but set within the rules. If you have teams that want to 'go back' to a league, than it must be a drop of at least two leagues, or when a club has promotion forced on them they just 'kick the ball around' for a few games, say we want to go back and all meaning of a pyramid is lost.
  8. If you are suspended from football for on field offences playing in step 5,6,7 a player can play in step 4 and above. If you are suspended whilst playing in step 4 and above the player can play in step 5 and below. If you remember there was a bit of a 'who ha' when argyle took advantage of this and played a suspended player in the SWPL. But like it or not that is the rule - or as close as i am going to get. So if a suspended player is out, say for four matches, he can still maintain his fitness and help others.😂
  9. nice thought - but we are the away team
  10. only neutral ground is the final . . . .
  11. There were extra spaces created as a result of a restructuring of the Southern League, when a central division was formed, that was why.
  12. I think you will find WOTP that its only the top club that gets promoted, at this level its automatic, no choice . With the new FA system coming in 20/21 the automatic promotion goes down to step 6, maybe 7 not so sure about that one though.
  13. I think the only reply for you Teflon, is that you should know football is one of those sports where the unexpected happens, its part of the game that makes it exciting and impossible to forecast. Ask some other clubs who were expected to win at the weekend, against so called weaker opposition. Sheffield Utd, Leicester City, Westbury, Liverpool, Fulham plus many more up and down the country. Its football.
  14. May be its down to mileage, Newquay - Sidmouth return 195 miles. Plymouth - Evesham (where Gloucester play) return 345 miles.
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