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St Ives Away

By stone ragma25/11/2020 13:59Wed Nov 25 13:59:10 2020

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On 5th December

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On or Off

By VS Town (VS Boro)30/11/2020 14:24Mon Nov 30 14:24:13 2020In response to St Ives AwayTop of thread

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League meeting today.

Below from the SL website.
Given 66 clubs can have spectators. and 16 can't its going to be a brave call to not to re-start.
I guess most the 16 are in Boro league, so perhaps just central shut-down??



Within the Southern League, there are SIXTEEN clubs currently in Tier 3, SIXTY-FIVE in Tier 2 and ONE in Tier 1.

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By stone ragma30/11/2020 14:45Mon Nov 30 14:45:20 2020In response to On or OffTop of thread

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Believe they are having Zoom meetings with all clubs tomorrow to see what the clubs want to do

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By VS Town (VS Boro)30/11/2020 14:57Mon Nov 30 14:57:16 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Meeting to be held over new coronavirus restrictions.


The Board of the Southern Football League has held several meetings over the weekend with the Football Association regarding last week’s government announcement regarding COVID-19 restrictions.

Within the Southern League, there are SIXTEEN clubs currently in Tier 3, SIXTY-FIVE in Tier 2 and ONE in Tier 1.

Following those meetings, the league has asked all clubs to attend an emergency Zoom meeting on Tuesday (December 1st, 2020) to discuss the possibilities of restarting the competition.

The league will update supporters as soon as it can following the meeting with the proposed way forward.

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By MJNB30/11/2020 15:00Mon Nov 30 15:00:14 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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I imagine Southern Premier- Central and Southern Division 1- Central will be halted.

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By almost average 230/11/2020 17:04Mon Nov 30 17:04:00 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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It would be a massive disadvantage to the sixteen clubs in tier 3 if they had to restart . Having to play with no real income while running up costs . The governments support scheme would just mean more debt . Most of the leagues below us have taken the decision to halt there leagues for the time being . My personal opinion is we should halt till after Christmas / new year and see what the situation is then .

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By VS Town (VS Boro)30/11/2020 17:35Mon Nov 30 17:35:47 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Yes, for once the need of 16 should out weigh the needs of 64.

Thing is, if it goes to a vote would the 64 agree?

PERHAPS just the two premier leagues stop, and sub-leagues continue with any club in the sub-league effected then they are some how subsidised by the league.

THIS ASSUMING that most of the 16 are in the central division as the 2/3 split seems pretty north/south. I cant see central being stopped and southern continue.......but who knows.

Quick look - Bedworth, Halesowen & coleshill being 3 from Central (and I guess 13 from central-premier).

https://southern-football-league.co.uk/ClubMap

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By stone ragma30/11/2020 17:48Mon Nov 30 17:48:06 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Not sure the 16 could be forced to play without any fans/income,

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By almost average 230/11/2020 20:21Mon Nov 30 20:21:52 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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There's certainly been cases this week in the leagues that are attempting to continue where individual clubs are being allowed not to play without any punishment .

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By Dougie830/11/2020 20:32Mon Nov 30 20:32:51 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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If the league want us to play we play, providing the league pay our wages and expenses. If they don't we just keep postponing games.

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By stone ragma30/11/2020 20:39Mon Nov 30 20:39:51 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Why would the league pay our wages, that is never going to happen

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By Dougie830/11/2020 21:20Mon Nov 30 21:20:40 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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If they force us to play with no income someone will have to pay them.

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By stone ragma30/11/2020 21:23Mon Nov 30 21:23:40 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Which is exactly why they won’t force it

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By Dougie830/11/2020 21:27Mon Nov 30 21:27:50 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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That's fine. Only 16 clubs involved. Tiers may change in 2 weeks.

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By almost average 21/12/2020 13:10Tue Dec 1 13:10:43 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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There's also much stricter rules over the use of clubhouses / bars etc within grounds than before the lockdown . This will impact on the ability of clubs who are allowed spectators to generate funds .

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Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on Sunday

By MJNB1/12/2020 13:13Tue Dec 1 13:13:42 2020In response to Re: On or OffTop of thread

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Step 3 & 4 clubs will be asked to vote on whether the league season will remain paused.

Email voting will take place following tonight's meetings with clubs about the impact of the tier system.

Votes must be submitted by Wednesday night.

Results will be published on Thursday.

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Re: Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on Sunday

By almost average 21/12/2020 14:14Tue Dec 1 14:14:21 2020In response to Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on SundayTop of thread

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The way that reads is that it will be a joint decision by the Southern , Isthmian & Northern Prem . That does make sense from a logistical point of view . It probably also increases the chances of a further suspension with almost the entire north being in tier 3 .

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Re: Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on Sunday

By VS Town (VS Boro)1/12/2020 14:33Tue Dec 1 14:33:38 2020In response to Re: Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on SundayTop of thread

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Thing is; will clubs look at the bigger picture OR just personal circumstances.

This map implies most clubs will be able to host spectators



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Re: Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on Sunday

By almost average 21/12/2020 17:45Tue Dec 1 17:45:27 2020In response to Re: Meeting today, vote Wednesday, decision Thursday, we chilled on SundayTop of thread

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Agree will they ? This is where i think the FA want need to be more proactive . It doesn't seem right that a significant amount of clubs could be left high and dry just because the rest are okish , especially when it isn't any fault of those clubs . I would feel the same if Nuneaton was in tier 2 but it's definitely a possibility that self interest will win the day this is football were talking about .

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By almost average 225/11/2020 14:12Wed Nov 25 14:12:05 2020In response to St Ives AwayTop of thread

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https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/nuneatonboroughfc/news/next-game--stives-town-v-boro-2586574.html

We now await news on the tiers and what there possible effects will be .

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By stone ragma25/11/2020 14:17Wed Nov 25 14:17:21 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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Highly likely that some clubs in our league will be able to have fans and some that won’t, wonder what it will mean for those that can’t, do they delay restarting their games !!

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By almost average 225/11/2020 14:24Wed Nov 25 14:24:37 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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The problem the way i see it is that once an area goes into tier 3 it might be in it for months . Can clubs at our level realistically play the rest of this season or a chunk of it without fans ? The money given by the government is not a massive amount when split amongst the amount of clubs who might need help and as VS pointed out is a loan . This will mean clubs saddling themselves with debt at a time they have little coming in . It's possible to see some clubs not going bust but not being able to finish the season even if circumstances allow .

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By Dougie825/11/2020 17:12Wed Nov 25 17:12:00 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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Biggest problem is how much it will spread at Christmas. Could have another lockdown in Jan and Feb. We will then run out of dates.

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By stone ragma25/11/2020 14:37Wed Nov 25 14:37:43 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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That’s why I was surmising wether any clubs placed in tier 3 tomorrow will actually start playing again yet

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By joetowny (Joe)25/11/2020 14:37Wed Nov 25 14:37:21 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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i missed that that the government have dished out cash or a loan for our level
what sort of a figure are we talking about here
because if possible i would think making our own way is the best way forward
however i suppose thats easier said than done.

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By almost average 225/11/2020 17:34Wed Nov 25 17:34:02 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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£14 million but that's to cover the whole of non league football below National league level at Trophy & Vase level . That's down to and including Griff's league .

Edited by almost average 2 at 17:40:01 on 25th November 2020

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By almost average 225/11/2020 17:53Wed Nov 25 17:53:11 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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There's approx 900 eligible clubs meaning around £16k per club if they all wanted a share .

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ok ta.

By joetowny (Joe)26/11/2020 00:46Thu Nov 26 00:46:44 2020In response to Re: St Ives AwayTop of thread

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