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Ollie Bayliss
The EFL have released the following statement on this week's meetings: "Clubs asked for consideration to be given to suspending relegation to the National League for 2019/20...no commitments were made in this respect".
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Lee Cotton May 15
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
Reprieve Stevenage, promote Barrow and scrap the National League play offs must be the easiest way to restore the EFL to 72 clubs?
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Russell May 15
How's that fair so EFL manage to stick to their promotion promise to clubs and Rick Parry insists that the Premier League keep to their agreement of relegating 3 clubs yet they don't keep to their agreement with the National League and means National League only get to promote 1?
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Will Hobson May 15
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
A reward for finishing bottom. What a crock of s#
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Jane and David London May 15
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
Door is still open for my 'innovative' idea of settling the play offs via a series of penalty shoot outs (in place of actual matches). No contact, full distancing possible, and the keepers even wear gloves! At least it is a 'football means' way of setting things!
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Alan Allcock 👕 May 15
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
The FA have shown they have no clout when it comes to elite football in the UK. Even Divisions within a League look as though they can do whatever they want. There has been no consultation with clubs below Step1/2, only some League/FA reps. Then they just get told. Consistency?
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Dave Higgins May 15
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
So they've met ans made the decision to make no decision
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Gary McEvoy May 15
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