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Non League Projections 2019/20

 

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multilevel
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Dec 5, 2018, 12:37 PM

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...Usually a club can only enter the NLS at Step 7. However, a League may seek approval from the Committee to receive a club or team not currently in membership of a League...

...it is a League that must apply for a Club to be entered in to their competition, not the Club itself...

...Any decision shall only be capable of Appeal to The Association by the affected League.


One potentially interesting point here is that a club outside the usual system needs to be effectively sponsored by a league to get in.

In the past I guess a club could kind of apply centrally and, if accepted, a League would be told to accept them. This seems to have changed and could end up with different decisions being implemented in different parts of the country.


windydcfc
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Dec 5, 2018, 1:08 PM

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...Usually a club can only enter the NLS at Step 7. However, a League may seek approval from the Committee to receive a club or team not currently in membership of a League...

...it is a League that must apply for a Club to be entered in to their competition, not the Club itself...

...Any decision shall only be capable of Appeal to The Association by the affected League.


One potentially interesting point here is that a club outside the usual system needs to be effectively sponsored by a league to get in.

In the past I guess a club could kind of apply centrally and, if accepted, a League would be told to accept them. This seems to have changed and could end up with different decisions being implemented in different parts of the country.



I know one club that might be looking into this & they’re Durham Utd. The only issue is I doubt there’ll be a space for them in the NL2. After all the normal promotion & relegation issues have been sorted. In previous seasons, I think there would’ve space for them. I know Jersey have been mentioned for the CCL.


windydcfc
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Dec 6, 2018, 6:23 PM

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Looking at step 5, the East Midlands clubs are now even more split than ever before(if we end up with something close to your projection). We are left with just 4 East Midlands clubs in the MFL Prem. If Spalding Utd avoids the drop & replaced by an ex-NCEL club. We’ll still have 4 clubs in the MFL, but they’ll be even more isolated & it’ll leave a single East Midlands club in the NCEL Prem. I really hope the FA are looking towards the East Midlands to create the new step 5 league for 2020/21 season. But I’ve got a niggling feeling that they’ll look towards the West Midlands.


windydcfc
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Dec 7, 2018, 8:48 PM

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I understand that in the Beds County League Shefford Town & Campton plus Cranfield Utd are both applying for promotion. Wootton Blue Cross have ambitions to apply, but they may not be ready this season.


pokal02
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Dec 8, 2018, 11:42 AM

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A preliminary look suggests that, for Step 1-6 hoppers, next season may pose fewer difficulties than this in completion/recompletion, a number of leagues will either not be providing a club (eg Oxon Senior) or a returning club (eg Lincs) or an existing Step 6+ ground (eg Middx). I'm looking at 20-23 excluding new builds - others will have more or less depending on how many of the likely SWPL promotees they need.


windydcfc
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Dec 14, 2018, 3:54 PM

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Ashville from the West Cheshire league are applying for promotion


Jimbo
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Dec 14, 2018, 10:32 PM

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Ashville from the West Cheshire league are applying for promotion


The facilities are certainly there. Just need to work things out on the pitch now...

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