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Enfield Til It Died

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  1. I think you've just outdone Rhodes in re-opening a thread after 8 years!
  2. I spot a World Cup Final (2002) Assistant Referee
  3. He hasn't retired! He's become a Specialist Assistant Referee Once a referee is promoted off of the Spartan League, (s)he becomes a referee on the Isthmian and Southern Leagues and an Assistant Referee on National South. They could be then promoted as a referee (to National South) or assistant referee (to National Premier). At the end of the 3rd season of being promoted, they have to decide whether to continue as a Referee or an Assistant Referee. Some people prefer/are better at Refereeing and like wise for AR. Jeff prefers to be an AR. Past Spartan official Alan Cresswell has just been promoted to National League AR. I can't remember if it is 2 or 3 years since he left the Spartan. He will need to make a choice soon as to whether he stays as a referee on the Isthmian (and need 3 promotions to become a Football League referee), or become a Specialist Assistant Referee (being one step from becoming a Football League AR) There are different skill sets for both. Philip Sharp (Herts RDO) was an ordinary referee, and was the first to admit it, but as an AR he was the best in the world which was shown when he was AR to Collina in the 2002 World Cup Final!
  4. Why not? You do with every other thread
  5. The FA decides the constitutions up to Step 5 (premier division). They were due to take over step 6 (division one) now, but presume they will leave that until the pyramid re-organisation is decided, whether that be at the end of 20/21 or 21/22. Whether they will have enough clubs to constitute over if 2020/21 is abandoned is another thread in itself.
  6. If this wasn't the case, then there would be nothing stopping player getting a game abandoned, without any recourse. Also, if a player is suspended Sine Die for an assault, or the like, during an abandoned game(probably the cause for an abandonment) then again there would be no recourse If all fines and suspensions were lifted for this season then any player suspended Sine Die would be free to play again. However, I do think any suspension of 3 games or less should be expunged for the start of the new season. Anything over, should have 3 games taken off of it
  7. I usually find this helps: http://www.thefa.com/competitions/youth-football/fa-youth-cup/results
  8. A bit like Coles Park before the astro went down. Talking of which, are you still banned?
  9. https://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/crown-court/
  10. or maybe, seeing as he is such a good official, he is on FA Cup duty. Just a thought
  11. That's the problem Clippy, you are not aware of much!
  12. Just passed by and reminded me of the FA Trophy Quarter final in 1986. Any contributors go to the game?
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