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Southern League no longer compulsory to issue

 



cherryhopper
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Aug 1, 2017, 12:08 AM

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Rumours abounded at last weekend's hop that clubs in the Southern League are no longer required to issue programmes from this season. Are any other leagues planning to follow suit?

Should be able to decipher from WDYG posts as the season progresses which clubs are still issuing and who's taken up the option to stop but an early heads up on this thread would be most welcome. Candidates for the latter include Taunton Town, Winchester City, Uxbridge (see separate thread) and St Neots Town, who I believe have been issuing only e-programmes for the past few seasons. Presumably these clubs will still have to issue proper printed programmes for FA Cup and FA Trophy ties.


jrev61
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Aug 1, 2017, 9:44 AM

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Rumours abounded at last weekend's hop that clubs in the Southern League are no longer required to issue programmes from this season. Are any other leagues planning to follow suit?

Should be able to decipher from WDYG posts as the season progresses which clubs are still issuing and who's taken up the option to stop but an early heads up on this thread would be most welcome. Candidates for the latter include Taunton Town, Winchester City, Uxbridge (see separate thread) and St Neots Town, who I believe have been issuing only e-programmes for the past few seasons. Presumably these clubs will still have to issue proper printed programmes for FA Cup and FA Trophy ties.


St. Neots were doing a paper programme last season, but have done an online programme in the past. They printed a few paper copies for officials etc.
Irchester apparently intend to do an online only programme this season. Not sure why they think a Southern League decision affects them! If a UCL club doesn't want to do a programme they just don't do one. Several clubs didn't issue last season or issued sporadically.


kirby knitters
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Aug 12, 2017, 8:30 PM

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Seeing as the UCL have been mentioned i've no idea if newboys Pinchbeck United intend to issue this season. They did one for the first home game and it was a shocker (pages full of nothing but question marks) they did not do one for the Lutterworth Town game today.



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