League Line-Up 2019/20

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juanillo
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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by juanillo » 19 May 2019, 11:16

HalesowenHarry wrote:
19 May 2019, 09:38
Next season (2019-2020):
A.F.C Dunstable 94.7
Aylesbury United 84.9
Barton Rovers 96.5
Bedford Town 97.1
Bedworth United 35.8
Berkhamsted 97.1
Biggleswade 106
Coleshill Town 21.2
Corby Town 74.9
Daventry Town 56.4
Didcot Town 91.8
Kempston Rovers 94.7
Kidlington 72.9
North Leigh 82
St Neots Town 99.9
Thame United 84
Wantage Town 91
Welwyn Garden City 115
Yaxley 99.4

Total: 1595.3
Average: 83.96
Longest: Welwyn Garden City 115
Shortest: Coleshill Town 21.2
Bank holiday bumper crowds against Coleshill and Bedworth then :(
We've certainly penalised ourselves with last season's debacle.
Just look at the 'local' sides we are leaving behind:
Stourbr*dge
Alvechurch
Bromsgrove
Hednesford
Nuneaton
Redditch
Rushall
Stratford
Tamworth

...and Barwell, Banbury, Coalville and Rushden are well short of that 83.96 mile average!

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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by drummyb » 19 May 2019, 13:02

Well it is what it is unfortunately. Pretty sure no-one intended it to go this way but que sera. Its not forever. Not sure who picked that as a Central area though

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andy
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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by andy » 19 May 2019, 17:35

Well we are where we deserve to be. It's just a shame there are no bigger local teams now playing at that level. It really is an awful league to look at on paper and I suspect therefore smaller crowds. Let's hope we can get out of this division first go.
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lutleyyeltz
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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by lutleyyeltz » 20 May 2019, 18:55

Here's an idea. We've been relegated and no amount of harping back to what could/ should/ might have affected the situation will do any good at all.
New season, new manager and, for me, new hope that we can see better football and a quick return to a higher level.
The need to get behind the team, and the whole set up at HTFC, is essential from day one.
The division that we're in is not attractive but that's even more reason for us to get out of it in one season.
We can help the team by being positive - difficult after what we've been through in recent seasons but the only way now is UP!

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Capinjazz
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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by Capinjazz » 21 May 2019, 13:09

lutleyyeltz wrote:
20 May 2019, 18:55
Here's an idea. We've been relegated and no amount of harping back to what could/ should/ might have affected the situation will do any good at all.
New season, new manager and, for me, new hope that we can see better football and a quick return to a higher level.
The need to get behind the team, and the whole set up at HTFC, is essential from day one.
The division that we're in is not attractive but that's even more reason for us to get out of it in one season.
We can help the team by being positive - difficult after what we've been through in recent seasons but the only way now is UP!
Agree a 'look at what you could of won' attitude is def not the right one to take although i do share this thought somewhat. Lets hope next season we do play some good stuff and win from the off.
If we don't start well and have more of the same of last season then this time I'm sure the board will change things before it's too late.
We should surely have a budget in this league to be at the very least entertaining fans every week and should have every reason to expect to go up.

Here's to seeing new teams and more goals.

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Re: League Line-Up 2019/20

Post by AwayDayYeltz » 21 May 2019, 13:54

lutleyyeltz wrote:
20 May 2019, 18:55
Here's an idea. We've been relegated and no amount of harping back to what could/ should/ might have affected the situation will do any good at all.
New season, new manager and, for me, new hope that we can see better football and a quick return to a higher level.
The need to get behind the team, and the whole set up at HTFC, is essential from day one.
The division that we're in is not attractive but that's even more reason for us to get out of it in one season.
We can help the team by being positive - difficult after what we've been through in recent seasons but the only way now is UP!
Purchased my season ticket! Looking forward to next season, in a hopeful 'surely we must win more games' kinda way.

We can't stay at this level for too long, just look at the state of some of our opposition.
Josh - Keyboard warrior! #UpTheYeltz

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