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Once again the Indy ignore over 100 local clubs but decide to write two stories, one regurgitated and forgot that the National League cup was taking place.  Great news for the female readers who had no idea these games were taking place.  They advertised for match reports so one is sent and guess what NOT USED..  Forget the female game in Cornwall, it does not exist.  Not bad for a Cornish based newspaper.      

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11 hours ago, ECPL said:

Once again the Indy ignore over 100 local clubs but decide to write two stories, one regurgitated and forgot that the National League cup was taking place.  Great news for the female readers who had no idea these games were taking place.  They advertised for match reports so one is sent and guess what NOT USED..  Forget the female game in Cornwall, it does not exist.  Not bad for a Cornish based newspaper.      

Enough to drive you to despair. Heads up ladies, you play good football and are appreciated by some of us. Keep it going. The professional women's game is going very well indeed and support is growing !

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Once again the great Sunday Independent ignores local football. With nothing about the local county leagues.  Not bad for a paper based in Cornwall.  What they do publish is non sensical.  The big headline - Pilgrims steal show with six at Keynsham.  Eh nope. The match was in Plymouth.  And then they say Jessie Jones scored her first.  Really that was her only goal.   Talk about shoddy journalism.    I think the paper is dying on its feet.  Its just the same in men's football.  So what's new.      Bristol City are in the Super League you know tier one, fully professional.   I suggested they have a separate page for them but nope.  Not interested.  Once agin shoddy journalism.  

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On 09/09/2019 at 21:33, ECPL said:

Amazing.  The Cornwall, Devon and Somerset Leagues started on Sunday.  And guess what the Sunday Independent decided to ignore it.   Not bad for a Cornish based newspaper.   

Somewhat unforgivable, in the circumstances - I, for one, am certainly not forgiving of it.

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They have now used up two pages and not a bit abut county football.  Says it all really and it now costs £2.  That's the last time I will be buying it.  Any suggestions on what I can spend the £2 on.  

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A website & hosting.

Nobody is covering the CWFL, nor the SWRFL-Western. Unless you count a Bristolian website.

Gap in the market, right there. Total annual costs are way less than equivalent outlay on budgie liner.

Print Media isn't dead...it's just the old-school Proprietorial attitude towards consumers that is.

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