FA reveal new league licences in non league from 2016/17

Habbinalan

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Excellent news, even it is only effective as a deterrent to keep the worst egotists and vultures away.

With no Vaughans or Majeeds, will we now have to look elsewhere for our entertainment? Where will we sharpen our wit without the likes of Evans and Raynor? .......Oh!!
 

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Maybe the massive C**k-ups at Salisbury and Hereford may helped in this decision,in particular. Not followed any prior to these given the effect it had on Chester's position.
 

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Fuck's sake, going to see a lot of teams copying Eastleigh's sustainable model now.
 

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Is that the one were you pay all your bills in full and on time.
Surely that is what every club in this league does. Isn't it.?
If you can't, then surely this league would be classed to big for the said team. Regardless of history etc.
 

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Great move, anything which helps protect clubs and encourage sustainability is an important step forward.
 
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Seems a bit wooly. What is really required are proper fair play rules, as exist in League 1 and League 2 so that teams can only spend 60% of turnover on wages. Director's loans should also be banned.
 

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