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Jun 25, 2019, 9:04 PM

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I don't really see why Ollerton can't be moved from a practical point of view, it's not as though it makes fixture planning worse. As FCB shared a ground and it avoid an odd number of clubs. If Harworth were reprieved it would leave CMLN with an even number of clubs as well.
The league AGMs aren't anything more than a rubber stamp exercise anymore.

Don't disagree but it's helpful if there is a cut-off date and the AGM is probably the most sensible.


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I don't really see why Ollerton can't be moved from a practical point of view, it's not as though it makes fixture planning worse. As FCB shared a ground and it avoid an odd number of clubs. If Harworth were reprieved it would leave CMLN with an even number of clubs as well.
The league AGMs aren't anything more than a rubber stamp exercise anymore.



Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


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I don't really see why Ollerton can't be moved from a practical point of view, it's not as though it makes fixture planning worse. As FCB shared a ground and it avoid an odd number of clubs. If Harworth were reprieved it would leave CMLN with an even number of clubs as well.
The league AGMs aren't anything more than a rubber stamp exercise anymore.



Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


Its never too late for anything if the FA allow it.


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Jun 26, 2019, 7:39 AM

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I don't really see why Ollerton can't be moved from a practical point of view, it's not as though it makes fixture planning worse. As FCB shared a ground and it avoid an odd number of clubs. If Harworth were reprieved it would leave CMLN with an even number of clubs as well.
The league AGMs aren't anything more than a rubber stamp exercise anymore.



Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


Its never too late for anything if the FA allow it.



I understand that Ollerton are going to speak with the 2 league’s & see what or if anything can happen. Makes you wonder why Bolsover chucked all that money on avoiding being relegated


Reborn Yellow
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Jun 26, 2019, 8:19 AM

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Will FCB merging into Shirebrook?
Their most recent tweets seem to show they were planning to continue.
They had PSFs planned including against Clay Cross.


(This post was edited by Reborn Yellow on Jun 26, 2019, 8:32 AM)


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With Bolsover apparently resigning before the EMCL AGM the vacancy can be filled. If it is, it's at the FA's discretion.

While the AGM is the cut-off point for whether a vacancy can be filled in a particular league, there's nothing in the regulations to stop that vacancy being filled by a club from a league that's already had its AGM. Not ideal of course, but that's a mere practicality.

I see talk of Ollerton and Harworth making a pitch for it; other possibilities would be to simply reprieve Arnold or promote Clay Cross (shades of the last minute elevation of Sherwood Colliery a year ago in not dissimilar circumstances). All would have a case and all would be perfectly acceptable within the regulations. My guess is it'll come down to which of those acceptable options is most practical.


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Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


Its never too late for anything if the FA allow it.



I understand that Ollerton are going to speak with the 2 league’s & see what or if anything can happen. Makes you wonder why Bolsover chucked all that money on avoiding being relegated


The person supplying the money left the club this summer and as they're a new club with no real fan base, they haven't got a solid foundation to fall back on.

This was obviously going to happen as soon as he left. The FA have made a farce of it all.


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Jun 26, 2019, 11:04 AM

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Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


Its never too late for anything if the FA allow it.



I understand that Ollerton are going to speak with the 2 league’s & see what or if anything can happen. Makes you wonder why Bolsover chucked all that money on avoiding being relegated


The person supplying the money left the club this summer and as they're a new club with no real fan base, they haven't got a solid foundation to fall back on.

This was obviously going to happen as soon as he left. The FA have made a farce of it all.



I remember when they pipped Clay Cross for the promotion to the NCEL. Clay Cross said then that they’ll disappear in a couple of years. Clay Cross spent time & money sorting their own ground out. Whilst Bolsover somehow got promoted when they’d only ground shared from December that season.
This year Harworth were relegated & are absolutely fuming about all this especially after the failed appeal.
Ollerton missed out on a lateral transfer, when they were the only NCEL club to ask for one & Shirebrook & Bolsover we’re moved instead.


pokal02
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Jun 26, 2019, 11:15 AM

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It does seem the Ollerton - Harworth solution is a 'win' for both clubs, and just as importantly, no-one 'loses' unlike the re-shuffling after Shaw Lane quit. So what's it to be FA, common sense or 'rules''?


OllertonLiam
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Is it too late for this to happen? I know a senior figure at Ollerton is keen to speak to Harworth & ask for a joint proposal.


Its never too late for anything if the FA allow it.



I understand that Ollerton are going to speak with the 2 league’s & see what or if anything can happen. Makes you wonder why Bolsover chucked all that money on avoiding being relegated


The person supplying the money left the club this summer and as they're a new club with no real fan base, they haven't got a solid foundation to fall back on.

This was obviously going to happen as soon as he left. The FA have made a farce of it all.



I remember when they pipped Clay Cross for the promotion to the NCEL. Clay Cross said then that they’ll disappear in a couple of years. Clay Cross spent time & money sorting their own ground out. Whilst Bolsover somehow got promoted when they’d only ground shared from December that season.
This year Harworth were relegated & are absolutely fuming about all this especially after the failed appeal.
Ollerton missed out on a lateral transfer, when they were the only NCEL club to ask for one & Shirebrook & Bolsover we’re moved instead.


Yeah, this was always going to happen eventually.

Will be interesting to see what the FA do. As far as we're concerned, we've hired a coach and signed players on the basis that we'd be in the NCEL. Would have an impact on our preparations for the new season.


paulh66
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Jun 26, 2019, 11:21 AM

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It does seem the Ollerton - Harworth solution is a 'win' for both clubs, and just as importantly, no-one 'loses' unlike the re-shuffling after Shaw Lane quit. So what's it to be FA, common sense or 'rules''?


Since the "rules" only specify discretion in this case, your final point doesn't seem to make sense.

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