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How to end the season 2019-20?

How to end the season 2019-20?  

90 members have voted

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  1. 1. Should it finish by .....

    • Continuing and completing this season when safe to do so and if necessary scrapping 2020-21
      2
    • Continuing and completing this season when safe to so and make season 2020-21 shorter format?
      20
    • Scrapping this season now and declaring null and void
      30
    • Finishing season as at now with points per game deciding final placings
      38
  2. 2. Which kind of club do you follow

    • One that currently has chance of promotion
      47
    • One that currently has threat of being relegated
      5
    • Mid-table and any decision would make no difference
      23
    • Not directly involved with a club and so this question doesn’t apply
      15
  3. 3. Which league are you more interested in?

    • Southern
      3
    • SWPL
      29
    • St Piran
      10
    • ECPL
      10
    • Cornwall Combination
      4
    • Duchy
      8
    • Trelawny
      24
    • Western
      1

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  • Poll closed on 29/03/20 at 00:00

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Dave,

Its down to when this virus is beaten and the go-ahead is given to resume playing. If that date was June or July then i would suggest scrapping the remaining league games this season and maybe working out a fair way of who gains promotion etc. There's no reason why the cup matches can't be completed as they are one off games and all at semi final stage. I don't think scrapping next season is an option at all as everyone will be really looking forward to a new season after this horrible virus is quenched. 

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What if players/supporters are still suffering with symptoms of the Virus in 3 month's time? The pandemic might pass but symptoms could still persist, would Phil Hiscox allow a postponement on the eve or day of a game if someone within a club suffered this ? Not fair to blame or punish the unfortunate Club, they should be praised for putting 'Health' of others first ... I think this season should be Pulled & Void . Stay Safe 😃

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For the Trelawny league

Complete the 19/20 fixtures in Aug / Sep / Oct and cups if achievable utilising the light evenings with 31 Oct as the designated cut off point. Hold the AGM in the first week of November. Reduce the size of the leagues if possible or scrap the cup competitions for 20/21. Commence the 20/21 season in mid Nov till end of May.  

Pitch availability due to Cricket (if they get their season going) May be a factor up until mid Sept for some sides so some ‘creative’ loss of home advantage may be required............To be honest the way the weather was going lots of clubs were switching just to get a game played.

Freeze player registrations for 19/20 until end of October

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22 minutes ago, Steve Carpenter said:

No they don't Dave.  Unless a player is contracted registrations are for one season only.

So does a player still have to sign a registration form at the start of the season like we used to many years ago?

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11 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

So does a player still have to sign a registration form at the start of the season like we used to many years ago?

It’s done electronically now Dave the player ‘consents’ to register when they receive an E-Mail on FA Full Time

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1 minute ago, Pitty said:

It’s done electronically now Dave the player ‘consents’ to register when they receive an E-Mail on FA Full Time

Ok, so presumably a player's registration runs until the 31st May. What happens if he doesn't consent to the FA Full-time email? How does he get to join a new club?

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16 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

Ok, so presumably a player's registration runs until the 31st May. What happens if he doesn't consent to the FA Full-time email? How does he get to join a new club?

His new club register his details on Full Time and the player confirms his wish to play at that club by replying to the email from Full Time.

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1 hour ago, John Mead said:

His new club register his details on Full Time and the player confirms his wish to play at that club by replying to the email from Full Time.

 

1 hour ago, Dave Deacon said:

Ok, so presumably a player's registration runs until the 31st May. What happens if he doesn't consent to the FA Full-time email? How does he get to join a new club?

Come on Dave keep up 😂😂 this is the 21st century a club secretary no longer needs a binder filled to capacity with forms all you need is a computer and the following info from the player

Date of birth, E- Mail address, Postcode, shoe size, last holiday destination, star sign, shoe size, very simple 😉  then on completion trying to register him on the system when you discover he’s registered at 4 different clubs in 4 different leagues Requiring NOA!!!!

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