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Off topic - Kings Lynn Town

By MJNB19/1 10:17Sun Jan 19 10:17:01 2020

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One of my favourite early Boro memories (despite the crowd trouble) was Kings Lynn Away in 95/96. Ian Drewitt glowing kisses to their fans after scoring a pen in a 3635 crowd!

Looks like they may get promoted to the national league. 4 points clear in the north, 2 games in hand over York, who they beat 1-0 yesterday in front of over 4000.

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Re: Off topic - Kings Lynn Town

By VS Town (VS Boro)19/1 10:35Sun Jan 19 10:35:23 2020In response to Off topic - Kings Lynn TownTop of thread

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Looking elsewhere.

Looks likely that one (or more) of Wrexham, Dagenham or Chesterfield may drop to Conf North/South. Two of those (in my thinking) traditional FL clubs. 3 of bottom 4 are north based.
*** Actually; only 3 will be relegated due to knock on effect of Bury.

Another, Barrow look like they could return to FL after about 40 years of absence.
Was surprised to see Harrogate have snuck upto 2nd.

Kidderminster & Hereford look like they could drop into Boro league (or south equivalent). Given Gloucester also in bottom 3 then that could make SL-Central more likely.

[b]SO IN THEORY[/b] Chesterfield, Chester, Fylde, Darlington & Gateshead. With exception of 1 (pushing it for Gateshead (and Southport & BPA)) all former FL clubs (You could add Boston, but they cheated their way into the FL;).

Edited by VS Boro at 10:36:00 on 19th January 2020

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Relegation / Promotion (probably AA will know)

By VS Town (VS Boro)19/1 10:38Sun Jan 19 10:38:42 2020In response to Re: Off topic - Kings Lynn TownTop of thread

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What are the rules (ignoring knock on effect of Bury) for promotion and relegation?

From https://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/southern-football-league-premier-central-division - it looks like 2 + maybe 1??

I know Conf North/South are increasing from 22 to 24 but how? Three (rather than 4 relegated but that leaves 1 short of 24).

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May have answered own question.

By VS Town (VS Boro)19/1 10:41Sun Jan 19 10:41:11 2020In response to Relegation / Promotion (probably AA will know)Top of thread

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https://scefl.com/promotion-and-relegation-guidelines-2019-20

10 (botton 2 plus 2 from 4 divisions; based on points) relegated from Boro level.

2 relegated from North/South but 4 promoted.

Edited by VS Boro at 10:42:58 on 19th January 2020
Edited by VS Boro at 10:43:24 on 19th January 2020

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Re: May have answered own question.

By almost average 219/1 11:13Sun Jan 19 11:13:40 2020In response to May have answered own question.Top of thread

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mmUMBlqSylxdNrvwbXnUljQoWmjw5J0RNRUTgVhKYTo/edit#gid=0

It's all getting very confusing with the continually reorganisation of non league football by the fa ( every seasons there's something new ) + the Bury situation which could get worse with Macclesfields problems .
Above is one particularly sites guess at next seasons league make ups based on current league positions . It's not 100% accurate but they never seem too far out .

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Re: May have answered own question.

By VS Town (VS Boro)19/1 11:26Sun Jan 19 11:26:14 2020In response to Re: May have answered own question.Top of thread

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Looking at that - No teams relegated into SL-Central (or south), but joined by Grantham, Halesowen, Corby and Stamford.

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Re: May have answered own question.

By MJNB20/1 09:39Mon Jan 20 09:39:11 2020In response to Re: May have answered own question.Top of thread

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and Bishops Stortford.

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Re: May have answered own question.

By almost average 219/1 12:53Sun Jan 19 12:53:00 2020In response to Re: May have answered own question.Top of thread

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Because they move teams around within their level to try and keep the geographical balance it only takes say one northern team to relace a southern side , within the relegation , promotion places and it causes a ripple that affects maybe half a dozen teams .

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