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Mark Hardy
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Jul 10, 2019, 10:35 PM

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New thread to a new season. Post any strange Sunday kick offs here.


paulh66
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Jul 10, 2019, 11:29 PM

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Team(s): Tranmere Rovers, South Liverpool (the South will rise again), Cammell Laird

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Don't know if 3pm counts as strange on a Sunday but that's when Jersey Bulls are hosting Fleet Spurs on August 25.


paulh66
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Jul 11, 2019, 1:10 AM

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August 18 - Notts County v Wrexham KO 3pm.
Shifted from the Saturday because of a clash with Forest (thought the reason the National League released their fixtures after the EPL/EFL was to avoid such clashes).


kirby knitters
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Jul 15, 2019, 9:54 AM

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Southern League D1 South.
20th October.
Evesham United v Willand Rovers (15:00)
(Gloucester City v BPA on 19th)


Callum
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Jul 20, 2019, 7:37 AM

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Sunday 18/8 2pm @ Beith Juniors


PaulC
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Jul 20, 2019, 11:56 AM

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Sunday 18/8 2pm @ Beith Juniors


West Premier League match v Irvine Meadow XI


oftenscore6
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Jul 22, 2019, 2:02 PM

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Team(s): FCUM, MUFC, Hammarby, St Pauli, Hawthorn (AFL)

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August 18 - Notts County v Wrexham KO 3pm.
Shifted from the Saturday because of a clash with Forest (thought the reason the National League released their fixtures after the EPL/EFL was to avoid such clashes).

The National League only have those as ideal objectives rather than absolute impossibilities. They never managed to fully avoid scheduling us at home on the same day as Manchester City either. Fortunately, that restriction is now removed, unfortunatetly we're not at that level any more anyway.



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With FC United: 133
On the agenda:
24/8 Knockbreda v Ards
26/8 Radcliffe v FC United
30/8 East Leeds rugby league


paulh66
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Jul 22, 2019, 2:23 PM

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Considering that many leagues with fewer resources than the National can successfully schedule numerous clubs' fixtures around groundshares, it's not really acceptable that the National couldn't adequately schedule the season's fixtures for Notts Co and (previously) FCUM around these clashes. Although TV, cup runs etc will always get in the way later in the season, it's daft that one the first things to happen after the initial fixture release is the rescheduling of a couple of games because of clashes.

On a slight tangent, no sooner had the Isthmian released its fixtures than a few on August 24 had to be rescheduled because of FA Cup commitments due the FA fiddling around with the exemptions and clearly not communicating that fact to the league beforehand. Not that any of this resulted in any Sunday games, mind.


WestSussexSAFC
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Jul 24, 2019, 9:56 AM

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Location: West Sussex.
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Sunday 29th December
VCD Athletic v Phoenix Sports (3pm)


oftenscore6
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Jul 24, 2019, 1:38 PM

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Location: Saddleworth
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Considering that many leagues with fewer resources than the National can successfully schedule numerous clubs' fixtures around groundshares, it's not really acceptable that the National couldn't adequately schedule the season's fixtures for Notts Co and (previously) FCUM around these clashes. Although TV, cup runs etc will always get in the way later in the season, it's daft that one the first things to happen after the initial fixture release is the rescheduling of a couple of games because of clashes.

On a slight tangent, no sooner had the Isthmian released its fixtures than a few on August 24 had to be rescheduled because of FA Cup commitments due the FA fiddling around with the exemptions and clearly not communicating that fact to the league beforehand. Not that any of this resulted in any Sunday games, mind.


For Saturday 24th August, the NPL scheduled 4 of the 6 Premier sides involved in the FA Cup to play each other, which looks like a deliberate (sensible) policy to me. I can't work out why Stalybridge and Radcliffe weren't scheduled to play each other though. Their planned opponents meet each other on the bank holiday Monday (Witton and Nantwich), it would have made more sense to play that Saturday 24th. We are amongst those whose bank holiday game is at risk of short notice postponement for an FA Cup replay (Radcliffe).

The NPL managed a few clashes with Bury when we played there, but were better than the Conference. Best of all were NWCFL, who didn't schedule any clashes as I recall.



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Last new football ground (938) Hollyhedge Park Wythenshawe Amateurs 2-5 Abbey Hey
With FC United: 133
On the agenda:
24/8 Knockbreda v Ards
26/8 Radcliffe v FC United
30/8 East Leeds rugby league

 
 


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