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Interview with Gary

By John Fordham (legacy user)16/5/2014 16:05Fri May 16 16:05:37 2014

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Just found this on the Ryman website

http://www.isthmian.co.uk/mccann-targets-a-decade-at-the-helm-19583/

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Re: Interview with Gary

By SteveHFC (legacy user)16/5/2014 16:41Fri May 16 16:41:11 2014In response to Interview with GaryTop of thread

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Interesting how most of Gary's quotes have been on our website since Monday :)

Both the item I posted on our website on Tuesday (leading with the Scott Cousins news) - and the article posted on the league website have been taken from a press release that went out from the club at the beginning of the week.

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Gary on the Radio

By Jeff Hill (legacy user)25/5/2014 14:27Sun May 25 14:27:33 2014In response to Re: Interview with GaryTop of thread

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Always good for Hendon to get national coverage and was nice to hear the few words he was allowed to say (I gave up listening to any BBC radio years ago, Alan Green being the main reason, won't be listening again any time soon).
If I understood correctly, Wingate reprieved, Hayes & Yeading moving elsewhere.

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Wingate?

By Paul Butler (legacy user)27/5/2014 12:04Tue May 27 12:04:26 2014In response to Gary on the RadioTop of thread

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Wingate reprieved? Please no!! I was under the impression that Hayes and yeading were just playing at Maidenhead this season....

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Re: Wingate?

By SteveHFC (legacy user)27/5/2014 12:24Tue May 27 12:24:49 2014In response to Wingate?Top of thread

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Nothing's confirmed yet. There are rumours that Worksop have withdrawn their resignation.

However, if Worksop do drop divisions, then it is expected that Wingate will be reprieved and rejoin us, Hayes & Yeading will move across to the Southern Premier, and Halesowen will move across to the Northern Premier.

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What a mess

By David B (legacy user)27/5/2014 16:47Tue May 27 16:47:37 2014In response to Re: Wingate?Top of thread

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I nearly used a few expletives in the heading. If a team takes the decision to resign from a league and it is accepted, that should be the end of the story.

The story came from BBC 5 Live’s Non League Football Show, which was broadcast at 5.00am on Sunday morning, 25 May (now available as a podcast, see Steve’s link elsewhere), and in which Gary McCann was a studio guest for the full hour.

Mike Appleby from the FA, and the man responsible for the allocation of clubs in the various leagues and divisions (who was out in Slovakia with England C), confirmed that Worksop Town had resigned from the Northern Premier League and that the resignation had been accepted. He went on to say that, as a result, Wingate & Finchley would be reprieved from relegation and would play in Step 3 in 2014–15. However, he could not confirm the division in which they would be playing as it may be the Calor League or the Ryman League. A decision was expected on Sunday or Monday, but I have seen nothing yet.

As for the Hayes & Yeading United appeal, it is based on their playing record in the Skrill (Conference) South compared to that of Oxford City in Skrill (Conference) North. Although H&YU amassed 45 points finishing 20th, compared to Oxford's 39 in the same position, the Conference had announced earlier in the season that the 20th-placed North Division team would be the one to be reprieved, suggesting it would be irrespective of playing record. In other leagues/divisions at the same Tier/Step/level (whatever you want to call it), the better playing record would be the deciding factor, but the rules seem to vary every time a mayfly flaps its wings.

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Re: What a mess

By SteveHFC (legacy user)29/5/2014 11:55Thu May 29 11:55:40 2014In response to What a messTop of thread

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Now all confirmed.

Wingate reprieved - Hayes to Southern League.

Various other knock on effects that don't affect us.

Oxford City will take Hayes' place in the Southern League if Hayes win their appeal, which I don't think they will.

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Re: What a mess

By Paul Butler (legacy user)29/5/2014 13:35Thu May 29 13:35:34 2014In response to Re: What a messTop of thread

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This league gets more depressing by the day. Surely we'll get Borough on Boxing Day now Scum have gone though? The thought of playing Wingate on Boxing Day again fills me with misery!

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Re: What a mess

By SteveHFC (legacy user)29/5/2014 14:07Thu May 29 14:07:25 2014In response to Re: What a messTop of thread

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Agree entirely!

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