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Unsurprisingly, Welling's game with Bath on Saturday has been postponed. Instead, Welling and Hungerford have agreed that the previously postponed game at Hungerford will now be played on Saturday so Steve Lovell will get the opportunity of some squad members who he has not seen.



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Match and indeed season now off.



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Chris wrote:

Match and indeed season now off.


 Not really surprised but would not be surprised if at least NLS club we played recently called in the solicitors.



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Link and details here

twitter.com/Ollie_Bayliss/status/1362480827943292931

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Any thoughts on what this might mean in regards to players and coaching staff contracts I.e. livelihoods.

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I guess any one on contracts get furloughed...any non contract it is bad news of course

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The fact we are nt going down means we celebrate 40 years of level 6 football and above. An outstanding achievement in a Borough where the Council couldn't give a monkeys about the success of their local football club. 



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First team to seek legal advice to keep the North going is Gloucester City. Waiting for Dorking to follow suit in the South.



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Gloucester dont want it to continue....they want promotion and relegation

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MarkX wrote:

Gloucester dont want it to continue....they want promotion and relegation


 Thanks Mark I miss read post on another forum oops



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Whatever Dave...it is still a mad idea!

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Chris wrote:

The fact we are nt going down means we celebrate 40 years of level 6 football and above. An outstanding achievement in a Borough where the Council couldn't give a monkeys about the success of their local football club. 


 Indeed, its a great achievement for our club even though we finished bottom....



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Kind of I guess

Games in hand could have got us mid table

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I agree we could have but we will never know now.

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https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.pitchero.com/clubs/6496/OSQagjfPT5CcHuVGSlXP_NL%20North%20South%20190221.pdf

 

Letter to league signed by chairmen including MG



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Even if the decision to Stop were reversed how realistic is it for a club like ours to continue playing at 2, or more, matches every week through into June? It would need significant investment and probably an increase in squad numbers. Whilst the likes of Dorking may see the possibility of promotion as a reason to take on the financial risk, would the mid table and lower placed teams see any benefits?



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