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It appears that we will be off to Sluff Town (wherever they play these days) and Dulwich Omlette (at Tooting and Mitcham).



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Has Dulwich got a long-term groundshare arrangement with Tooting or is there hope of a return to their ground with all the high-profile politicians backing them? Last I heard it was a one year deal with Tooting, is that enough to satisfy the Conference grading committee?



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Slough town back in slough
Dulwich have one year deal at tooting



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Dont we have 24 teams next season so Woking n Torquay down ....Ricky,slough ,Dulwich up plus 2 more so Hereford I guess and a team from northern league

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I guess Hereford will have to go north, which ain't a bad thing! Even better would be billericay, it was good enough for stortford so it's good enough for them!

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Predicted line-up...
Bath
Billericay
Braintree/Hampton
Chelmsford
Chippenham
Concord Rangers
Dartford
Dulwich
East Thurrock
Eastbourne Borough
Gloucester City
Hemel Hempstead
Hungerford
Oxford City
Slough
St. Albans
Torquay
Truro
Wealdstone
Welling
Weston-super-Mare
Woking

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werwings wrote:

Predicted line-up...
Bath
Billericay
Braintree/Hampton
Chelmsford
Chippenham
Concord Rangers
Dartford
Dulwich
East Thurrock
Eastbourne Borough
Gloucester City
Hemel Hempstead
Hungerford
Oxford City
Slough
St. Albans
Torquay
Truro
Wealdstone
Welling
Weston-super-Mare
Woking


 Jot down a predicted table out of that lot, or just a quick one in your head and see where you put us....

It certainly is not anywhere near the playoffs, gone from the easiest league in a long time to the hardest it's will ever be.



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is it not 24 teams in north and south then next season

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Unless you know something we don't, there are no more or less teams getting promoted/relegated into the league's as far as I'm aware.

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22 north and south next season.

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Abbeywood to Slough on Crossrail - 58 minutes. 



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In - Torquay, Woking, Billyricky, Dulwich and Slough

Out  - Havant, Hampton/Braintree, Poole, Whitehawk and Bognor.

On paper that looks a lot tougher to me next season...



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Billericay
Woking
Chelmsford
Braintree/Hampton
Dartford
Dulwich
Bath
Wealdstone
St. Albans
Hemel Hempstead
Truro
Oxford City
Welling
Hungerford
East Thurrock
Gloucester City
Concord Rangers
Eastbourne Borough
Chippenham
Slough
Weston-super-Mare
Torquay unless they fold before season finishes.


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Wingnut wrote:

In - Torquay, Woking, Billyricky, Dulwich and Slough

Out  - Havant, Hampton/Braintree, Poole, Whitehawk and Bognor.

On paper that looks a lot tougher to me next season...


 Well it' not often that two teams coming up who are equipped to do so again, slough I have no info on at all. 

But yea unless we do something drastic then it' going to be a very tough year. 



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I actually want it to be a tougher league next season, weve had some right old drivel this year. 

Weve tended to do better when weve had better opposition anyway. 



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GaryH wrote:

Abbeywood to Slough on Crossrail - 58 minutes. 


 Not until December 2019.



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GaryH wrote:

I actually want it to be a tougher league next season, weve had some right old drivel this year. 

Weve tended to do better when weve had better opposition anyway. 


 If its a tough league that should mean that the games should be hard fought for everyone, no run away leaders or strugglers down the bottom. Every point will count with not too many points between the playoffs and relegation spots.

how will we do? Well as we dont currently have a management team, or even 11 first team players on the books things dont look good. At a time when everyone else in this competitive league are planning and sorting out contracts what are our Board doing? 

Some sort of statement from the club would be so good!



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or even 11 first team players on the books things dont look good.


 Although in fairness we've already got 3 more players than we did at this point last year! (tongue in cheek)

 

Would be nice to hear 'something' from the club.



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Average attendances for the season. The club hopefully can improve attendances with some decent offers to entice new supporters next season.

1: Dartford 1,053
2: Chelmsford City 897
3: Wealdstone 880
4 Havant & W 842
5: St Albans City 765
6: Bath City 702
7: Bognor Regis 602
8: Chippenham 600
9: Hampton & RB 590
10: Welling United 541
11: Braintree Town 531
12: Hemel Hempstead 527
13: Eastbourne Borough 517
14: Weston-s-Mare 492
15: Truro City 469
16: Poole Town 407
17: Oxford City 319
18: East Thurrock 294
19: Gloucester City 284
20: Whitehawk 270
21: Hungerford Town 267
22: Concord Rangers 263

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Yea it would be nice to get more in, but that tells me attendances and final league places mean absolute naff all.

Apart from we finished in the same place lol.



-- Edited by Jamison on Monday 21st of May 2018 08:06:44 PM

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Moo wrote:
GaryH wrote:

Abbeywood to Slough on Crossrail - 58 minutes. 


 Not until December 2019.


 Isn't December 18.....?

 

99.9% certain it is....BUT : )



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Fat Cabby wrote:
Moo wrote:
GaryH wrote:

Abbeywood to Slough on Crossrail - 58 minutes. 


 Not until December 2019.


 Isn't December 18.....?

 

99.9% certain it is....BUT : )


No. December 18 is Abbey Wood to Paddington and change there.



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