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Bury and Bolton: implications for pyramid

 



mick745
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Aug 22, 2019, 7:15 PM

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If Bury and Bolton in difficulty what are the implications if EFL are short of teams. Could three or even four clubs be promoted from National League this season?


Leyther_Matt
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Aug 22, 2019, 7:52 PM

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If Bury and Bolton in difficulty what are the implications if EFL are short of teams. Could three or even four clubs be promoted from National League this season?

Reprieves as normal, just starting from higher up the pyramid than previously. No idea what happens if any others go bump in the meantime though.


Tykeoldboy
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Aug 22, 2019, 8:13 PM

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If Bury and Bolton in difficulty what are the implications if EFL are short of teams. Could three or even four clubs be promoted from National League this season?


I would say that if both clubs went pop then places 23 and 24 in League 2 will not be relegated and the normal promotion rules from the NL would still apply. This would then have a knock on effect of 21st and 22nd in the \NL not being relegated and so on and so on.

During the summer break in 2020 when the FA throw darts at a map to allocated teams to leagues for the following season then promotions from below step 1 will be resolved and Bury and Bolton will be allocated somewhere



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keneastlancs
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Aug 22, 2019, 8:58 PM

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ive already started a thread on this in restructuring forum


leohoenig
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Aug 22, 2019, 10:50 PM

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Yes and two threads speculating on demise of clubs before it happens is a biy much



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