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Re: Guernsey

By Lee Farmie (legacy user)18/7/2014 15:36Fri Jul 18 15:36:48 2014In response to Guernsey

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Shouldn it be "a team" though?

This season three teams have to visit Guernsey midweek (excluding cup match replays etc.): Whyteleafe, Three Bridges and Ramsgate. All these matches are scheduled to take place before the end of September. This is largely because the League have, not unreasonably, condensed ALL midweek fixtures to the start of the season. Thus there is a mass of capacity later in the season. In fact, Guernsey don’t have a single midweek fixture scheduled after 30 September (other than Bank Holidays).

Whilst not ideal, I think we have to accept that some teams are going to have to play midweek over there as the league is bigger than the season is long. But due to the ridiculous lack of notice, I think it is incumbent on the Ryman League to defer the fixture until later in the year to give us reasonable notice to organise.

It's worthy of appeal to the FA if the Ryman League are not prepared to listen.



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