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offline The Slayer

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i ave on the ol grapevine inthe last couple of hours, that ilford fc, have had a reprieve, from relegation.

this is due to hayes and yeading mergering.

it not confimed yet, but townies will love another trip to the wonderful ilford ground.

oh, i am laughing

nosh nosh

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Oh, what bloody great news !
And to think the win over Town at the end of the season "may" have kept the Crap up.
There's just no justice.

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Yet again another example of rewarding failure instead of success and ambition. Whenever there is a case like this, an extra club from the level below should be promoted, not a relegation placed club reprieved. I just don't understand the mentality of the badge and blazer boys.

Slayer, are you are old friend from Basildon and Southend?

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Good point and well made. Men in league badged blazers hang your heads in shame!

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Good point and well made. Men in league badged blazers hang your heads in shame!

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Originally Posted By: The Slayer
i ave on the ol grapevine inthe last couple of hours, that ilford fc, have had a reprieve, from relegation.

this is due to hayes and yeading mergering.



It appears to be because Enfield have folded according to another.

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http://www.nlpl.co.u...e=unread#unread

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AFC Sudbury
Arlesey Town
Aveley
Brentwood Town
Bury Town
Canvey Island
Edgware Town
Enfield Town
Great Wakering Rovers
Ilford
Maldon Town
Molesey
Northwood
Potters Bar Town
Redbridge
Tilbury
Waltham Abbey
Waltham Forest
Ware
Wingate & Finchley
Witham Town
Wivenhoe Town


Booming nora! wow!

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Dartford in and Molesey out according to other threads on the Ryman League fans forum. Info' from the Ryman League AGM.

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Breaking News 9pm: Darts switch to Ryman One North
Monday, 18 June 2007
Sittingbourne secretary Mr John Pitts has just sent a text message to http://www.kentishfootball.co.uk from the Ryman League Annual General Meeting, stating that Dartford have switched to Division One North.

Surrey side Molesey were expected to switch from Ryman League Division One South to North, but it will be the Darts that make the switch instead.

The move will surely make Tony Burman’s side favourites to land the title, as they will not be playing any Kent derbies next season.

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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
Dartford in and Molesey out according to other threads on the Ryman League fans forum.


Bad news. By my reckoning that makes Town second favourites for the Champions spot next season. I bet we end up in the play-offs again. Dartford are surley going to be a force next season. At least it will bring a new stadium for most of us to visit.


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I hear AFC Sudbury have a few bob to spend now that the sale of their old ground has gone through. It will be tight at the top this year but WE CAN DO IT!!!!!

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Must be time for a conspiracy theory?

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Hang on a minute.

Team with a new ground, team with money = promotion contenders without a ball being kicked?

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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
Hang on a minute.

Team with a new ground, team with money = promotion contenders without a ball being kicked?


Agree!

I remember we were in the same catagory when we started life off in the esl, apparantly we were the ones with the biggest budget and a large following but took us a few seasons to get promoted.

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Oh I don't know. Dartford probably are promotion contenders.

They have every chance of winning the play-offs after finishing runners-up behind the Town! grin

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Originally Posted By: The Invisible Man
Oh I don't know. Dartford probably are promotion contenders.

They have every chance of winning the play-offs after finishing runners-up behind the Town! grin


That's why I can smell the fear from them?

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gutted about molesey being out, thats 5 mins from my house....

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What you doing on line!? You're supposed top be up a tree or on a rock face!!!




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