Projections 2021 / 2022

Brightside

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Mods I am sorry for creating a new thread but the reason that I have done so is the maps and spreadsheets on the first post of the other thread are old and this is causing some confusion, having the maps on the first post is a much easier reference point.

You may want to lock one of the two threads with a link to the other - https://www.nonleaguematters.co.uk/...ject-non-league-19-21-projections-21-22.3732/

Consolidated 19/21 League Tables


Projections 2021-2022


Step 4 Map


Step 5 Map


Step 6 Map


FA Step 5 & 6 Footprints

 

HarryC

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your updated maps, (still) show Lymington Town at both step 4 & 5, so Wessex Premier has 21 teams in it.
 

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your updated maps, (still) show Lymington Town at both step 4 & 5, so Wessex Premier has 21 teams in it.
That was strange, I remember deleting Lymington from Step 5. Now deleted though, thank you.
 

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Grimsby Town and Southend United have put a proposal to the EFL, that no teams are relegated to the National league this season. They think it’s unfair because there’s no relegation from step 1. The issue will be discussed by the EFL next week.
 

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Grimsby Town and Southend United have put a proposal to the EFL, that no teams are relegated to the National league this season. They think it’s unfair because there’s no relegation from step 1. The issue will be discussed by the EFL next week.
If that's agreed then League 1 clubs will argue they shouldn't be relegated. League 2 already has the most preferential promotion / relegation rules of any division.
 

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If that's agreed then League 1 clubs will argue they shouldn't be relegated. League 2 already has the most preferential promotion / relegation rules of any division.
I am sure this has been discussed somewhere but has anything been decided about Dover.
 

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Dover stay where they are as the non-fulfilment punishments did not extend to relegation; voluntary relgation has not been discussed.
 

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You can move Newark FC’s pin over to Basford Utd. As they are ground sharing their next season. I can’t see this working out for the club though. As most of the clubs supporters are from Balderton and Newark. With the clubs former clubhouse always being well used. I can’t see these fans following the club over to the far side of Nottingham.
 

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Probably why they have only gone in for a year but also worth a mention is the fact that the bulldozers have already moved in at Lowfields. A club with major ambition is now reduced to groundsharing for god knows how long.
 

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Probably why they have only gone in for a year but also worth a mention is the fact that the bulldozers have already moved in at Lowfields. A club with major ambition is now reduced to groundsharing for god knows how long.
They need to get back to Newark or Balderton ASAP. If not, I can’t see them surviving. I’d have thought a short term groundshare at Harrowby would’ve made more sense. Being as though it’s only about a dozen miles away from Balderton. I wonder if they can eventually groundshare with Newark Town, if some ground grading improvements can happen. I think they’ll struggle this season at step 5, so it might be easier if they are relegated back down to step 6.
 

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They need to get back to Newark or Balderton ASAP. If not, I can’t see them surviving. I’d have thought a short term groundshare at Harrowby would’ve made more sense. Being as though it’s only about a dozen miles away from Balderton. I wonder if they can eventually groundshare with Newark Town, if some ground grading improvements can happen. I think they’ll struggle this season at step 5, so it might be easier if they are relegated back down to step 6.
Basford have a 3G pitch, and there are more potential players to pick up in the Nottingham area than Grantham. That's my main thinking.
 

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