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 Post subject: National League mini review 2017-18
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 8:41 am 
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AFC Fylde
Excellent first season
Aldershot Town
Not got enough to get any further than the play offs again
Bromley
If they win the Trophy it will be a fantastic season for them
Barrow
Only just escaped relegation after bankrolling pulled favs for drop
Boreham Wood
Punching above their weight only just missed out on promotion
Chester
Financial trouble behind the scenes-worst team I saw last sesaon
Dagenham & Redbridge
Money man pulled the plug- directors narrowly voted against liquidation this week
Dover Athletic
Good season for them
Eastleigh
Average season for them-no bankrolling next season
Ebbsfleet United
A successful season
FC Halifax Town
Sacking the manager and replacing him with so far competent one saved us from the drop
Gateshead
Average season-money people pulled out-future is bleak
Guiseley
Awful season, Cox had a 40 man squad, went full time-doubt we'll ever see them in National again
Hartlepool United
Basket case behind the scenes poor season
Leyton Orient
Basket case behind the scenes poor season turned it around though with new manager
Maidenhead United
Average season
Maidstone United
Poor season
Macclesfield Town
Won it with skilful players and a low budget but expect them struggle in the EFL
Solihull Moors
A terrible start, change of manager saved them very good under him.
Sutton United
Excellent season for them.
Tranmere Rovers
Best and strongest team I saw last season by a country mile and deserved promoted
Torquay Utd
The first big club to go South basket case behind the scenes
Woking
Only just missed out on survival
Wrexham
A big club failed again in their fans eyes

Overall
The poorest standard of football I have ever witnessed at this level of football
Very few outstanding players


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 Post subject: Re: National League mini review 2017-18
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 5:23 pm 
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Our fate was sealed when the board ignored the fans they are supposed to represent and kept McCarthy 12 months ago. They gave him a large budget for us and then threw more money at it once realising the fans were right about him all along. Too little too late. They didn't even botther to tell us they'd used up our reserves until they were within weeks of being depleted. I'm still very angry about it.

Still, if we use this donation very kindly being offered wisely our future may not look so bleak. Lessons must be learnt from this fiasco, I can only hope they wil.

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 Post subject: Re: National League mini review 2017-18
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 6:18 pm 
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People clearly out of their depth running your club last season. Have you not got some fan communication rules with being fan owned.
At least you seem to be on an even keel now with this new chap.
Just need to see if your Chuckle Brothers can do the business.


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