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Old 25th March 2020, 20.12:09   #51-0 (permalink)
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They were never going to come up with some different end game other than to abandon the season. No relegation and no promotion will be the simplest way forward. Any club claiming money legally or otherwise will not stand a chance this year.
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Northern Premier League have made the decision as well as they were pushing for a decision. To be fair there are far more matters to deal with at the moment.
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Wrexham Fc 2020 -- saved of impending doom by the Chinese Virus. ?
And Keates will be regarded as a hero and rewarded with a new contract.

I can just see it coming.
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Old 26th March 2020, 08.25:00   #54-0 (permalink)
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Is anyone actually missing the football? Can't say i am longing to go back to the Racecourse at the moment
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Is anyone actually missing the football? Can't say i am longing to go back to the Racecourse at the moment
I'm enjoying watching my lawn grow, much more exciting!
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I'm enjoying watching my lawn grow, much more exciting!
I can't even do that as mine is artificial but I do have some fence panels to sort so I will be able to watch the paint dry.
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Old 26th March 2020, 09.32:28   #57-0 (permalink)
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I can't even do that as mine is artificial but I do have some fence panels to sort so I will be able to watch the paint dry.
I've been painting my fence panels, 4 more to do but these are going to need extra coats so will have to nip out and get some more paint. Also sorted the garage out and mowed the lawn. Never worked so hard since I retired.
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Old 26th March 2020, 10.10:02   #58-0 (permalink)
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Is anyone actually missing the football? Can't say i am longing to go back to the Racecourse at the moment
Football ? I thought we had given up on that at the racecourse some time ago tbh.
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Old 26th March 2020, 11.13:50   #59-0 (permalink)
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The National League may yet be played to a finish later this summer.

Representatives of the league spoke to the Football Association on Monday and then had a conference call between themselves the following day, the outcome of which has become confused.

Some clubs thought a message that the season 'was going to be closed' was confirmation that a request would be made to the FA for the campaign to be brought to an end immediately, something many of them want as they look to save money on player contracts.

However, National League executives felt they were merely stating matches could not be played in the short-term and believe re-opening the season and playing it to a finish when circumstances allow remains a possibility.

The league remains in talks with the FA and the English Football League about how the current campaign can finish, either with or without further matches being played, knowing that two sides - the champions and play-off winners - are due to be promoted into League Two.

The FA has also met officials lower down the non-league pyramid, which some kind of clarification expected later on Thursday.

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'Consensus to complete season'
There have been no games played in the National League since 14 March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ian Evatt, manager of National League leaders Barrow, opposes any move to declare the season null and void with some clubs only having seven games left to complete their 2019-20 schedule.

But Dagenham & Redbridge managing director Steve Thompson believes cancelling the season would help clubs survive.

Yeovil Town co-chairman and owner Scott Priestnall said a statement issued on Wednesday appearing to suggest clubs wanted to "close the season" did not read "as intended".

In a video post on Twitter, he said: "The National League has now officially asked the FA to postpone all remaining league fixtures.

"But having spoken to the league, and a number of clubs over the past few days, there is a consensus to get the league completed whenever that might be."

Priestnall said he expected a lead to be taken from the Premier League and EFL and, if they are able to complete their seasons, there was a "very good chance" the National League would do likewise.
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Ian Evatt, manager of National League leaders Barrow, opposes any move to declare the season null and void with some clubs only having seven games left to complete their 2019-20 schedule.

But Dagenham & Redbridge managing director Steve Thompson believes cancelling the season would help clubs survive.
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