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League One looks good though.

A fair few big / former top flight clubs in there now.... Wigan, Portsmouth, Hull, Swindon, Ipswich, Blackpool, Charlton, Sunderland and that's on top of sides who may be decent Posh, Oxford etc. 

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21 minutes ago, Fox92 said:

League One looks good though.

A fair few big / former top flight clubs in there now.... Wigan, Portsmouth, Hull, Swindon, Ipswich, Blackpool, Charlton, Sunderland and that's on top of sides who may be decent Posh, Oxford etc. 

Hope Hull continue to go down. Waste of space club. 

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36 minutes ago, StanSP said:

Hope Hull continue to go down. Waste of space club. 

haha I don't mind them only because one of my best mates supports them.

 

I'd like to see Ipswich back up.

 

Hope Wellens does well again with Swindon also.

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2 hours ago, isaidno said:

League one and two both introduce salary caps for the 2020/2021 season.

Good to see. I know Covid has played a part but hopefully this stays.

 

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Limits have been set at £2.5m and £1.5m for the respective divisions.

Wages, bonuses, taxes and image rights, plus agents' and other relevant fees, will be included within the cap but bonuses gained from promotion or progression in cups will be exempt.

Clubs will be fined or face further sanctions if they exceed the spending limits.

 

 

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2 hours ago, isaidno said:

Hopefully this stops teams like Salford paying ridiculous wages to players.

To give an idea, it’s being touted that Adam Rooney is paid £4K a week by Solihull but the average wage now in L1/L2 has to be £1.5k

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11 hours ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

To give an idea, it’s being touted that Adam Rooney is paid £4K a week by Solihull but the average wage now in L1/L2 has to be £1.5k

If National League dont follow suit it could be a game changer when players at lower L2 standard move down a league to earn more money.

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Macclesfield owners probably 'deserve' that, putting the club into serious danger for quite a good while before this breaking news.

Something didn't seem to add up within the club's structure for some time.

Certainly feel sorry for the supporters, of course, though.

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1 hour ago, isaidno said:

That's harsh, Stevenage don't deserve to stay up. Will probably be the end for Macclesfield too. 

They should've sent both down and put three up from the Conference. 3 wins in 36 matches and survive.

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Nice to see Mark Molesley get a chance at Southend after back to back promotions with Weymouth - he was managing in the Southern League Premier just over a year ago.

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On 14/08/2020 at 17:53, Fox92 said:

He's only 32!

A lot of miles on the clock though I remember him playing for Boro regularly when he was 18 / 19.

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