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Ollie Bayliss
BREAKING: The FA has granted the National League an extension to their season. It means the National League can hold playoffs beyond the end of May deadline. Following a meeting last Thursday, FA Council members had been asked to vote on the proposal.
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Ollie Bayliss May 27
Replying to @Ollie_Bayliss
This decision keeps the prospect of National League playoffs on the table but doesn’t mean they will definitely happen. The National League still hasn’t offered clubs a vote on how to end the season. Possible solutions could exclude playoffs or make the season null & void.
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Alex Dellanzo May 27
Here's a question and I probably missed it but what happens to the spot Bury occupied in the EFL?
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Ollie Bayliss May 27
Replying to @ADellanzo1
Before the season was curtailed the plan was to relegate just 1 from League 2, but promote 2 from the National League. All of that is now slightly up in the air.
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Piccadilly FC May 27
Great news!
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Stuart Akister May 27
*it means the National League can keep dragging a decision out until the EFL tells them what to do, by pretending there will be play offs
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Josh B May 27
Need a date for the playoffs now. All clubs not involved in the mix have released everyone and saved wages. We can't do that yet
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Kev Preece May 27
Shambles
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Phil Hughes May 27
This include North and South too?
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HaPpY HaRvEy May 27
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Stephen_Smith14⚫️⚪️⚫️⚪️🇩🇰 May 27
I’ll believe this when I see Notts playing again!!
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