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petethegreek

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  1. Did you ever have any world class painters such as the next Van Gogh, Rembrandt or Titian on your books? Could they have gone all the way as artists?
  2. Does this not contradict the FA statement? As a result, The FA and NLS Steps 3 to 6 have reached a consensus that their 2019/20 season will now be brought to an end, and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between NLS Steps 3 to 6, and no promotion to NLS Step 2. These decisions will also apply to the Leagues and clubs who play at NLS Step 7.
  3. My point is that FA/CFA suspensions and fines stand. To take this a step further, how would you stand on a suspension already served during a void season? The correct procedure / sanction was taken at the time. You cannot revisit that.
  4. So you are saying Tommy Kanaris was world class. You must explain why he and the numerous other 'world class' players who played at Kentish Town never reached the dizzy heights of the Premier League.
  5. Would never had made the Kentish Town team. Only world class players there. 🙂
  6. There is more chance of you obtaining a free season ticket and entry to games at Coles Park than having all matters discipline cancelled. As daft posts go, this has shot into the Top 10.
  7. The Competition is not the one who voided the season so I cannot see how they would be liable to return fines when the decision was not made by them. It's the FA who require an application fee. I cannot see why a Club who is successful in meeting all the ground grading criteria, finishes / is abut to finish in a position to achieve promotion and then denied by the stance the FA has / is taking. They should refund the application fee. It was over £100 a few seasons ago. Maybe Karen or a Club can confirm what the amount was for this season? If the season is voided, do you cancel all disciplinary issues and fines? Do match officials have to *gulp* have to return their match fees? Who will reimburse Clubs for cost of printing programmes? Discuss.
  8. Unlikely fines will be returned. What happens to the application fee paid to the FA for those seeking promotion? If the FA void the Competitions and deny Clubs promotion, is that fee refundable even though the last time I checked it stated that this fee was non-refundable?
  9. That puts you in a minority of one. 🙂
  10. I work out PPG by dividing the points accumulated by the number of games played.
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