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Lifted from the non-league paper:<p>CONFERENCE BOOST - 25/04/2002<p>Nationwide Conference clubs look set to get two promotion places from next season. <p>The prospect of increased promotion - which would see two clubs relegated from the Football League - moved a step closer after a five-year funding package for the proposal was agreed in principle by Third Division clubs. <p>The £6m package from the Football Association has been given unanimous backing but financial details are yet to be finalised. <p>All 72 Football League members will still have to vote on the plans at their Annual General Meeting in June. <p>Football League chief executive David Burns said: "Thanks to the hard work of the boards of the Football League and Football Association a package which should satisfy all Third Division clubs has now been secured. <p>"We should be able to move ahead with this plan. This proposal is clearly in the best interests of our national game." <p>This sounds to me like good news for everybody in the non-league game if it goes ahead.




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