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Welcome back to the Ryman League

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11 May 2006
RYMAN LEAGUE CONSTITUTION - SAESON 2006/07

The Football Association's Leagues Committee decided at their meeting today the constitution of Steps 1 to 4 Leagues for season 2006/07. As aresult, they have confirmed the constitution of the Ryman Football League next season will consist of the following clubs:

PREMIER DIVISION
. . AFC Wimbledon
. . Ashford Tn Mx
. . Billericay Town
. . Boreham Wood
. . Bromley
. . Canvey Island
. . Carshalton Athletic
. . Chelmsford City
. . East Thurrock Utd
. . Folkestone Invicta
. . Hampton & Richmond
. . Harrow Borough
. . Heybridge Swifts
. . Horsham
. . Leyton
. . Margate
. . Ramsgate
. . Slough Town
. . Staines Town
. . Tonbridge Angels
. . Walton & Hersham
. . Worthing

DIVISION ONE NORTH
. . AFC Hornchurch
. . AFC Sudbury
. . Arlesey Town
. . Aveley
. . Barking & East Ham
. . Bury Town
. . Enfield
. . Enfield Town
. . Great Wakering Rovers
. . Harlow Town
. . Hendon
. . Ilford
. . Maldon Town
. . Potters Bar Town
. . Redbridge
. . Tilbury
. . Waltham Abbey
. . Waltham Forest
. . Ware
. . Wingate & Finchley
. . Witham Town
. . Wivenhoe Town

DIVISION ONE SOUTH
. . Ashford Town (Kent)
. . Burgess Hill Town
. . Chatham Town
. . Corinthian Casuals
. . Cray Wanderers
. . Croydon Athletic
. . Dartford
. . Dover Athletic
. . Dulwich Hamlet
. . Fleet Town
. . Godalming Town
. . Hastings United
. . Horsham YMCA
. . Kingstonian
. . Leatherhead
. . Maidstone United
. . Metropolitan Police
. . Molesey
. . Sittingbourne
. . Tooting & Mitcham United
. . Walton Casuals
. . Whyteleafe



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Chelmsford City game could be fun.

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too much fun

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Cheers Cantos - a right hoot.
Not that far to travel then!
Billericay always a good game too.
Just like the good ol days.

Shame we aint got HX though (sorry Cantos) <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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how do you know were in there?

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Oh behave.

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See the Ryman site (sorry don't know how to do the link)

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*Shudders* We have to go back to Staines!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

Where do AFC Wimbledon play again?

Damn, it'll be good to play some of them teams again! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

Leigh RMI got reprieved in the Conference North, rather than Carshalton in the South.

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Chelmsford!!
AFC Wimbledon!

Assume there are a few famous faces involved with those other clubs as well. Are Dickens and Devonshire in there somewhere as managers?

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Devonshire is manager at Hampton & Richmond.

Looking forward to playing you next season. Certainly looks to be a tough league with probably eight or nine clubs who could count themselves in with a shot at promotion.

I don't know what your aims are for next season but what do you expect?

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Survival? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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oh the ricky game is back, hoorah

im assuming Chelmsford will walk the league with the ex canvey players but one can hope that we take points off them, will be fantastic to see canvey win with a bigger crowd than ever to watch it.

i recon we could have the second biggest crowd in the league, (im assuming the Wimbledon still have a massive following)

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what league would the reserves have been in if they had been prmoted for winning the league?

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AFC play at Kingstonian’s ground

Cannot see why you have been allowed back into the structure at the premier league level seems unfair on the teams at a lower level

The standard in the RPL was fairly poor last season but it should be higher next season as Bromley are being bankrolled by Marc Goldberg the ex Palace chairmen, Chelmo as you are well aware have the creature, Heybridge have deep pockets with the likes of Dean Holdsworth, Richard Jolly and Paul Nicholls and Maragte who seem to be sorting themselves having signed Danny Hockton off for a reported four figure sum and have Lee Protheroe and Bertie Brayley and Worthing and AFC will be strong as well

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There's been plenty of disagreement on here over the last few weeks, but one thing we can all agree on is that this is a fantastic result for the club!

Bring on next season, I can hardly wait!!

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i cant wait either!

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c'mon ricay said:
Cannot see why you have been allowed back into the structure at the premier league level


Agree, but perhaps they were more worried about Hendon's finances rather than Canvey's.


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Chelmo as you are well aware have the creature

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Well AFC averaged about 2700 last season while challenging for play offs so should match that again. Chelmo was about the 800 mark which included their time at New Lodge and their huge attendances for the first couple of games back in Chelmo. Although their gates dropped back down to the average mark towards the end. However, if they are gunning for promotion they should be pushing four figures. Our average at Margate was 690. Started off at the 1000 mark but dropped away when we started churning out crap football and in the end we finished lower midtable. If we are going for promotion, which is the aim, then we should be pushing four figures. So slot yourselves in where you see fit <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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so its offical then this is fantastic news loads of local derbies then!! Cant wait for the chelmsford games lets show kingy who the better team realy is!!!

but i thought the conference were meeting on tuesday to discuss our resigation??

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A day trip to Margate, cant wait, it has almost been worth the stress. We have gotta be up for it this season.

Young Guns straight into the Ryman our players have got to grab this by the neck. For them every game will be like a cup final.

Probably the youngest average age in the league, throw in a little maturity, our supporters and you have got a recipe for excitement and the chance to settle a few old scores.




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