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Non-League Football’s Restructuring Finalised

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https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/latest-news/22725/the-fa-announce-2018-19-provisional-club-allocations-for-steps-1-to-4/

Been interested (probably the only one here) to see how this was going to go and where teams were going to be allocated. 

Made up that Bishop’s Stortford are in the Ryman Premier, a League they should have been placed in last summer but were forced to be in the Southern League meaning roughly double the travelling time. 

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2 hours ago, Smiley Culture said:

https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/latest-news/22725/the-fa-announce-2018-19-provisional-club-allocations-for-steps-1-to-4/

Been interested (probably the only one here) to see how this was going to go and where teams were going to be allocated. 

Made up that Bishop’s Stortford are in the Ryman Premier, a League they should have been placed in last summer but were forced to be in the Southern League meaning roughly double the travelling time. 

Out of interest, what was the purpose of the restructuring?

Met Police, Staines, Hendon etc are going to have to do journies to Wales, Dorset, Somerset and Devon. 

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26 minutes ago, The Palace Fan said:

Out of interest, what was the purpose of the restructuring?

Met Police, Staines, Hendon etc are going to have to do journies to Wales, Dorset, Somerset and Devon. 

I’m not 100% sure what the exact reason was but I think travel time was one of the main reasons. Introducing a Midlands League reduces travel to Cumbria, for example. 

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