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Just been confirmed on the another site

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No Cambridge City or Farnborough which is good, two teams who I would have expected to be right up there

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Boreham Wood... confused

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Originally Posted By: The Great Eckscape
Boreham Wood... confused


Yes, not sure why they were reprieved?

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Not sure, will do some investigating tomorrow...

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It could well be because of what`s happening at Halifax.

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Yeah, that could be it. Funny how something happening to Halifax Town who were in the football league not so long ago can impact upon team like Concord Rangers who were in the ESL last season

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The blue spots aren't quite in the right places frown

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Whats occurring at Cambridge then ? I thought they were certain for the drop cause of their ground suitability (poxy i know but rules are rules)

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Also, when you study that map - you realise how lucky we are from a travelling perspective. No obscurely positioned clubs round our way. (cue the Canvey jibes)

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That may be subject to the appeal being decided I suppose. No news on their site.

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Boreham Wood!!! Yuk!!!

Personally would rather have had a nice visit to Cambridge or Hampshire to play Farnborough but then again I could see both of those sides doing well and being in contention for a play off place.

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Farnborough are buying in virtually all of Basingstoke's best players from their Blue Square South season last year - most of them old Farnborough players. I'm sure they would have been up there.

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the other thing that could happen is Bognor leave Connie South. Their manager has just resigned and (probably) all the players will leave as the club has no money to pay any players, manager or coaches (they are around 150K in debt). At the moment they are talking about entering a team of youngsters next season, which of course could happen, but I wonder whether they might choose to resign instead. Not sure about deadlines they might have to meet to do that. If they do stay in Connie South I imagine they would occupy one of the relegation places pretty much all season

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There's a lot of travelling involved in the Conference South, they'd be best to keep themselves more regionalised I would have thought. Also, I doubt the fans will turn up week in week out to watch a load of youngsters get beat in the Conf South every week, they may be competitive at a lower level.

They should take a leaf out of our book, sometimes what seems like the end is only the beginning...

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I would agree with you. They have been trying to arrange a share issue to raise some cash all season but the lease on the ground is so complex they haven't managed to get it sorted. They seem to be hoping somebody will come along with shedloads of cash to bale them out but as you say I think they would be better off planning with what they have rather than what they don't have

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ryman league becoming a mockery. teams can finish where they like and always get reprieves.

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looking 4ward 2 nickin the drum again

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going to be a tough league.No one is standing out like last year as potential winners.I obviously will fancy hornchurch if we can keep hold of our players but some big clubs in there.
The ones to watch for me as they had nearly a good last 3 months as us is tonbridge,plus i hear they have a bit of dollar.Dover and dartford should average 800 plus & 1400 respectivly should they do well first few months and that should add to the coffers.
Also ashford town,staines,hendon etc from last year and maidstone seem to be splashing the cash,Looking forward to it,expect you boys to put up a good show but wouldn't mind tonking you like we did at the bridge 2006-2007 lol




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