£11m from the Goverment
#61

If lots of clubs refuse to play, as I said earlier, their results would be expunged. The remaining teams would constitute a mini league.
22 team league = 462 games, 75% = 347.
10 teams = 90 games, 75% = 68.
All depends on the teams that would continue as to how many games have been played already. Currently we have had 160 games before tonight’s match (Bradford v Chester)
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#62

According to the BBC site, just one game on in NLN out of 7 tonight. Can't help wondering even without the funding situation, more games need to be being played to make it viable
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#63

Four teams are playing in the FA Trophy.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#64

I notice the MP for Dagenham and Redbridge, Jon Cruddas, has urged the Government to make a better offer to support NL clubs, saying that they are part of the community. Has Richard Graham made any similar statement?....
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#65

(20-01-2021, 02:45 PM)Paul Wrote:  I notice the MP for Dagenham and Redbridge, Jon Cruddas, has urged the Government to make a better offer to support NL clubs, saying that they are part of the community. Has Richard Graham made any similar statement?....
No. He hasn’t.
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#66

(20-01-2021, 02:45 PM)Paul Wrote:  I notice the MP for Dagenham and Redbridge, Jon Cruddas, has urged the Government to make a better offer to support NL clubs, saying that they are part of the community. Has Richard Graham made any similar statement?....

That is because Dagenham have written to him to ask him to do that. If we haven't written to Richard Graham asking him to support us then no surprise he hasn't yet. The National League have asked all clubs to contact their local MPs for support.
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#67

Leamington have done so, we could pretty much cut and paste! - https://brakestrust.com/proper-financial...for-clubs/
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#68

https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.co...n=web_push

Clubs given 3 options by National League
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#69

I guess teams in the lower part of their division will ask for a postponement and teams higher up may want the 2nd option,if the second option was taken the NL would have to say how much that would reduce further funding once it’s confirmed.
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#70

Let the NL take the loans on, it’s their mess let them sort it

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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