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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:46 am 
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Let’s hope the FA offer some financial help to clubs that do want to progress. There are plenty that do so get the chest opened and help . Take s lot of cash to get up a couple of steps .


Rest assured, Clubs that are in a position to gain promotion do not need a few quid from the FA, as for ground improvements, the FSIF offer attractive grants

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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:02 am 
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Wack wrote:
bigcbeat wrote:
Let’s hope the FA offer some financial help to clubs that do want to progress. There are plenty that do so get the chest opened and help . Take s lot of cash to get up a couple of steps .


Rest assured, Clubs that are in a position to gain promotion do not need a few quid from the FA, as for ground improvements, the FSIF offer attractive grants


Depends upon the level, clubs in Wearside/Northern Alliance may do as it’s a big jump, flood lights etc

The majority of clubs promoted out of NL won’t need huge changes, but the traveling becomes the issue. This will ease over a number of years.


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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:16 am 
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england wrote:
Wack wrote:
bigcbeat wrote:
Let’s hope the FA offer some financial help to clubs that do want to progress. There are plenty that do so get the chest opened and help . Take s lot of cash to get up a couple of steps .


Rest assured, Clubs that are in a position to gain promotion do not need a few quid from the FA, as for ground improvements, the FSIF offer attractive grants


Depends upon the level, clubs in Wearside/Northern Alliance may do as it’s a big jump, flood lights etc

The majority of clubs promoted out of NL won’t need huge changes, but the traveling becomes the issue. This will ease over a number of years.

From what I've heard, the FA will have discussions with the leagues. In regards to reducing the ground grading requirements at step 6. If the league's agree, then we will be looking at 24 league's at step 6 & if not there'll be only 16(currently there's 19 & there'll be 20 next season).


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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
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The majority of clubs promoted out of NL won’t need huge changes, but the traveling becomes the issue. This will ease over a number of years.[/quote]
From what I've heard, the FA will have discussions with the leagues. In regards to reducing the ground grading requirements at step 6. If the league's agree, then we will be looking at 24 league's at step 6 & if not there'll be only 16(currently there's 19 & there'll be 20 next season).[/quote]
At the FA meeting yesterday, the league’s rejected the idea of dumbing down the ground grading for step 6. So the idea of 24 leagues at step 6 has been rejected & the FA are looking at reducing it to 16 leagues. Beyond this, the FA’s presentation was for a step 4 league in the north & 2 step 5 league’s at step 5(1 in the Midlands & the other in the southeast).


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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
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 Post subject: Re: The FA's proposed new restructuring
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 1:54 pm 
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Neil M wrote:
Thanks Windy. Good news.

Obviously the FA are going to find the extra clubs from step 6 to fill step 5. But the SWPL is creating another step 6 next season & this’ll increase the number of leagues up to 20 leagues. I can see the Hellenic losing 1 of its league’s. But where will the axe fall on the other 3 step 6 leagues?


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