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1 hour ago, urban.spaceman said:

 

Great idea that. Might as well do it now as summer could be hectic! 

 

Wonder how many other clubs doing this. 

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I don't know if it's just because I've had other things to think about and the constant need to keep updated with covid-19 developments but has anyone else not really missed football as much as they thought they would? So far anyway. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, RowlattsFox said:

I don't know if it's just because I've had other things to think about and the constant need to keep updated with covid-19 developments but has anyone else not really missed football as much as they thought they would? So far anyway. 

 

 

In definite withdrawal, but I'd missed 5 weeks while away on holiday and was really looking forward to matches after returning home. Haven't seen us play since 1st Feb :cry:

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40 minutes ago, RowlattsFox said:

I don't know if it's just because I've had other things to think about and the constant need to keep updated with covid-19 developments but has anyone else not really missed football as much as they thought they would? So far anyway. 

 

 

Think if you are a armchair viewer it's probably a bit of a nightmare, as a match going fan I've not missed it becaus it isn't there to miss. If that makes sense.

 

What I will add now we are all basically housebound is, time may go a little quicker if there was some/any sport to watch.

 

The lack of football coupled with no F1 is a bit shite.

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27 minutes ago, Bayfox said:

Think if you are a armchair viewer it's probably a bit of a nightmare, as a match going fan I've not missed it becaus it isn't there to miss. If that makes sense.

 

What I will add now we are all basically housebound is, time may go a little quicker if there was some/any sport to watch.

 

The lack of football coupled with no F1 is a bit shite.

Suppose it all depends on people’s perspective. I go to most games and miss it like hell. Not even just our games but the fact there would always be a motd on at weekends or a few games on in the week to keep your eye on. All that gone to literally no action at all is a big difference  to football fans in my opinion.  

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On 23/03/2020 at 12:44, fuchsntf said:

A Year is gone,and you are still traumatized...!!    Funny Thing is you cant seem to see how the MAJORITY of players Really are.

Miss how many Fellow  fans are  like Mahrez,just not so much in the headlines....

I wouldn't say traumatized, just think we give footballers the benefit of the doubt too much. The majority of players havent been in Mahrez's position so we havent seen their attitudes. I think alot would do what he did.

 

And i know what most fans are like, i come on here.

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11 minutes ago, lcfcsnow said:

Its a must for me that the league continues and doesn't get written off. I'm sure a few clubs will be for it but it shouldn't be an option.

  • Breaking into the top 4 again and securing a champions league place
  • Vardy 100 goal PL club
  • 9-0 victory at Southampton
  • 9 game winning streak

These things relevant to us would all be written off and no longer exist as happening. We're also in the FA Cup QF and on target for a 100 goal season which for us is unheard of at this level.

It is unfair on absolutely everything. Finishing this season should be prioritised over starting next season.

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Now I'm not blaming the football club in anyway, but if the season didn't contuine would you feel like as a supporter who spent money tickets all season we've been robbed. I mean the league officals came out and said "last season didn't count neither the results" I mean we have paid 29 sort of friendlies that counted for nothing. I mean should the league officals be organising fans to get a slight refund or huge discounts on tickets next season. Now I can just say it shouldn't be upto the football club to do this or come of there pockets cause there only doing what the league officals have agreed.

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http://www.thefa.com/news/2020/mar/26/national-league-system-womens-football-pyramid-grassroots-covid-19-update-260320

 

Update on non-league, women's & grassroots football seasons

Thursday 26 Mar 2020

 

Football in England at all levels has been on hold since 16 March

We have been working collaboratively with the National League System (NLS), the women’s football pyramid and the wider grassroots game since the outbreak of COVID-19 on how to conclude the 2019-20 season in the most appropriate way possible.

These are challenging circumstances for English football and all decisions taken are in the best interests of the game and in consultation across key stakeholders. Our primary concern will always be for the safety and welfare of clubs, players, staff, officials, volunteers and supporters during this unprecedented time.

Today’s steps take into account the financial impact during this uncertain period, whilst considering the fairest method on how the sporting outcomes for the season will be decided with the integrity of the leagues in mind.

National League System

The NLS and the women’s football pyramid were able to build a consensus amongst their leagues and, where possible, aimed to create a consistent approach across all leagues, whilst taking into account the unique characteristics of each individual league.

As a result, The FA and NLS steps three to six have reached a consensus that their 2019-20 season will now be brought to an end, and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between NLS steps three to six, and no promotion to NLS step two.

These decisions will also apply to the leagues and clubs who play at NLS step seven.

We will continue to assist and support the National League (NLS steps one and two) to determine the outcome of its 2019-20 season as quickly as possible. The planned implementation of the restructure of the NLS will also now be deferred until the start of the 2021-22 season.

Furthermore, we can now confirm that we have decided that all grassroots football is concluded for the 2019-20 season. This will allow the game to move forward and to commence planning for next season. Our County Football Associations (CFAs) will be supporting grassroots leagues over the coming days to determine how they should close out their current competitions.

Where appropriate, the above decisions will be put to The FA Council for ratification.

Throughout this period we continue to seek guidance in respect of the government’s financial support packages relative to COVID-19 and how they are applicable to clubs in the NLS, the women’s football pyramid and the wider grassroots game.

Women's football

The FA, FA Women’s Board members and the Women’s Football Conference have consulted and reached a consensus regarding the women’s football pyramid.

The FA and the leagues within tiers three to seven have reached a consensus to bring the season to an immediate end and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between tiers three to seven. Agreement has also been reached to end the Regional Talent Clubs season, which was due to conclude in April 2020.

We remain in consultation with the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship Board and clubs regarding the most appropriate way to complete the current season, including for the Barclays FA Women’s Super League Academy.

FA competitions

With the 2019-20 Emirates FA Cup, Women’s FA Cup, Buildbase FA Trophy and Buildbase FA Vase all at advanced stages, we are reviewing all options as we seek to complete these competitions whenever it is safe and appropriate to do so. Clubs involved are close to reaching a major final and for those clubs and supporters we will do all we can to keep the Wembley dream alive.

In respect of The FA Youth Cup, The FA County Youth Cup, The FA Sunday Cup and The FA Inter-League Cup, we are also seeking to complete these competitions if it is feasible to do so.

We will also continue planning for FA competitions to take place for the 2020-21 season.

By FA Staff

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Fa have decided lower league's season to be expunged.

 

And within hours South Shields are already talking about legal action over an "appalling" decision".

 

Something that will only  intensify the higher up you go with clubs losing revenues/promotion etc of all the leagues are cancelled.  

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24 minutes ago, Super_horns said:

 

 

 

And within hours South Shields are already talking about legal action over an "appalling" decision".

 

Something that will only  intensify the higher up you go with clubs losing revenues/promotion etc of all the leagues are cancelled.  

But in the statement it said they had a consensus between all clubs to null & void the season 

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27 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

But in the statement it said they had a consensus between all clubs to null & void the season 

 

1 hour ago, urban.spaceman said:

http://www.thefa.com/news/2020/mar/26/national-league-system-womens-football-pyramid-grassroots-covid-19-update-260320

 

Update on non-league, women's & grassroots football seasons

Thursday 26 Mar 2020

 

 

Football in England at all levels has been on hold since 16 March

We have been working collaboratively with the National League System (NLS), the women’s football pyramid and the wider grassroots game since the outbreak of COVID-19 on how to conclude the 2019-20 season in the most appropriate way possible.

These are challenging circumstances for English football and all decisions taken are in the best interests of the game and in consultation across key stakeholders. Our primary concern will always be for the safety and welfare of clubs, players, staff, officials, volunteers and supporters during this unprecedented time.

Today’s steps take into account the financial impact during this uncertain period, whilst considering the fairest method on how the sporting outcomes for the season will be decided with the integrity of the leagues in mind.

National League System

The NLS and the women’s football pyramid were able to build a consensus amongst their leagues and, where possible, aimed to create a consistent approach across all leagues, whilst taking into account the unique characteristics of each individual league.

As a result, The FA and NLS steps three to six have reached a consensus that their 2019-20 season will now be brought to an end, and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between NLS steps three to six, and no promotion to NLS step two.

These decisions will also apply to the leagues and clubs who play at NLS step seven.

We will continue to assist and support the National League (NLS steps one and two) to determine the outcome of its 2019-20 season as quickly as possible. The planned implementation of the restructure of the NLS will also now be deferred until the start of the 2021-22 season.

Furthermore, we can now confirm that we have decided that all grassroots football is concluded for the 2019-20 season. This will allow the game to move forward and to commence planning for next season. Our County Football Associations (CFAs) will be supporting grassroots leagues over the coming days to determine how they should close out their current competitions.

Where appropriate, the above decisions will be put to The FA Council for ratification.

Throughout this period we continue to seek guidance in respect of the government’s financial support packages relative to COVID-19 and how they are applicable to clubs in the NLS, the women’s football pyramid and the wider grassroots game.

Women's football

The FA, FA Women’s Board members and the Women’s Football Conference have consulted and reached a consensus regarding the women’s football pyramid.

The FA and the leagues within tiers three to seven have reached a consensus to bring the season to an immediate end and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between tiers three to seven. Agreement has also been reached to end the Regional Talent Clubs season, which was due to conclude in April 2020.

We remain in consultation with the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship Board and clubs regarding the most appropriate way to complete the current season, including for the Barclays FA Women’s Super League Academy.

FA competitions

With the 2019-20 Emirates FA Cup, Women’s FA Cup, Buildbase FA Trophy and Buildbase FA Vase all at advanced stages, we are reviewing all options as we seek to complete these competitions whenever it is safe and appropriate to do so. Clubs involved are close to reaching a major final and for those clubs and supporters we will do all we can to keep the Wembley dream alive.

In respect of The FA Youth Cup, The FA County Youth Cup, The FA Sunday Cup and The FA Inter-League Cup, we are also seeking to complete these competitions if it is feasible to do so.

We will also continue planning for FA competitions to take place for the 2020-21 season.

By FA Staff

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28 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

But in the statement it said they had a consensus between all clubs to null & void the season 

Probably everyone but them!

 

 

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If they null and void this whole season across all divisions, will Bury be given the chance to start next season back again? Or will the team top of each lower division be promoted?

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13 minutes ago, Aus Fox said:

If they null and void this whole season across all divisions, will Bury be given the chance to start next season back again? Or will the team top of each lower division be promoted?

Bury are no longer members of the Football League so they can't restart even if everything reset to the way it was in August.

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9 minutes ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

The Athletic says there is growing support for the season to be called null and void 

Can anyone with a subscription paste the full article in here please?

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