Curzon Ashton 13/4/24
#61

(14-04-2024, 09:12 AM)Daveangel Wrote:  I’d like to see us play Worcester City in a PSF. Only a level below us, so would be a good test and a good crowd.

Definitely, that’d be a good idea.
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#62

Herefordshire Football League Premier Division yesterday saw City Reserves secure a fine 5 - 1 win.
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#63

(14-04-2024, 08:47 AM)MeadowClark Wrote:  I see Stockport got promoted to League One yesterday, I remember when people used to feel sorry for their fans for being down at our lowly level, but clubs like this always come back and have their day in the sun time and time again. Scunthorpe, Yeovil, Torquay etc will all be the same. I expect Bury, Macclesfield and even Worcester will pass us in the coming years.

Yes I am bitter, lol.
Just to cheer you up a bit more Macclesfield will be in the NPL play offs so could do so next season. But unless results go their way we'll still be ahead of BPA  and at the same level as Workington, among others!  Just see it as a temporary breather to regroup and plan as a fan led community based club.  Prosum semper!
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#64

(14-04-2024, 08:47 AM)MeadowClark Wrote:  I see Stockport got promoted to League One yesterday, I remember when people used to feel sorry for their fans for being down at our lowly level, but clubs like this always come back and have their day in the sun time and time again. Scunthorpe, Yeovil, Torquay etc will all be the same. I expect Bury, Macclesfield and even Worcester will pass us in the coming years.

Yes I am bitter, lol.

There is a natural order to football in this country, clubs eventually return to where they traditionally belong despite the occasional glitch. Give it a few years and Forest Green will be back at the Hellenic League AGM.

As for Stockport, them being here was an adventure. A different day out for the fans who stuck by them. It'll be a different adventure for us next year.

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#65

(14-04-2024, 12:30 PM)Neil Wrote:  There is a natural order to football in this country, clubs eventually return to where they traditionally belong despite the occasional glitch. Give it a few years and Forest Green will be back at the Hellenic League AGM.
Is there a natural level for each football club? And if there is what's it based on? FGR aren't an EFL club based on population size - it's the owner's money that's placed them in a false position. When that finally goes it will be interesting to see where they go. They had good stewardship prior to DV but would have ended up at level 6 or below had they not twice been saved from relegation by other teams financial issues. We're never that lucky.
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#66

It's my fault that we don't get that lucky. I'm sorry for what I did 35 years ago tomorrow. If I stayed at home that day we'd have won, no, retained the Champions League by now.

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(14-04-2024, 03:36 PM)Neil Wrote:  It's my fault that we don't get that lucky. I'm sorry for what I did 35 years ago tomorrow. If I stayed at home that day we'd have won, no, retained the Champions League by now.
Are you the proverbial butterfly that flapped its wings? Chaos theory may be too deep for this forum, but it might help to explain our current state.
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highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eDNez4Qdgw

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