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Re: So many unanswered questions

By EE29/4/2015 14:46Wed Apr 29 14:46:29 2015In response to Re: So many unanswered questions

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OK - now got it , took a few days (too much sangria )but having read the FA admission of cock ups in the Regulatory Commission Document it appears they wish to excuse themselves (someones getting sacked in the morning) for getting it wrong by giving Enfield a only a warning . So be it. Let's get back to the football.
So why no news on when the games will be played ?
If they are waiting for a potential appeal , who will that be ? Enfield - unlikely, Hendon or Tonbridge asking to replay their games - interesting thought but unlikely , Met . Police - suppose they might ( would Hendon if faced with same circumstances ? probably ) Perhaps the Ryman League - can they ? or maybe other clubs that have been penalised for the ineligible player rule might feel aggrieved ,again not sure if possible , So looks like the Met are the only ones required to be consulted - surely that would only take max 48 hours anyway.

Perhaps the other solution, which I favour, is to give Hendon and Tonbridge the points from the games in question, sorts it out from my perspective.