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24 teams are so far confirmed in this WONDERFUL league next season. We will have:

Grimsby
Forest Green Rovers
Eastleigh
Macclesfield
Woking
Dover
Halifax
Gateshead
Wrexham
Torquay
Chester
Kidderminster
Lincoln
Braintree
Altrincham
Aldershot
Southport
Welling
Bromley
Barrow
Cheltenham
Tranmere
Boreham Wood
Guiseley
 
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Assume you want Chorley up as it's a small jaunt at 5 hrs away rather than the mammoth trek of Guiseley at 5 hrs 20. :ffs::surr:
 

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You want Chorley over Guiseley. Bigger town, decent town. Good ground. I've had good times at Guiseley as a Shayman and a neutral but ultimately it's a very small town, the ground lacks any elevated views and it's dotted with supporters walking their dogs around the pitch perimeter asking everyone how the Leeds game's going.
 

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It's been... Err, an experience - sometimes it's been fun and you've all been lovely in your own tinpotted ways.

But I pray to the heavens we aren't a part of this next season.
 

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We're teetering on the verge of joining you all next season, presumably our place will be booked after Saturday's trip to Plymouth.
 

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I wouldn't mind seeing Fylde, Guiseley and Whitehawk come up, be nice to see some of the smaller clubs get a chance to play in this league.
 
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Is it really because you'd like there to be some teams in the league that would go out of business even faster than you guys if the money men were ever to pull out?
 

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Is it really because you'd like there to be some teams in the league that would go out of business even faster than you guys if the money men were ever to pull out?
No it'sso he can take the piss at Fylde and Whitehawk's shit support and make his own teams shit support look a bit better...... ;) :ds:

Although to be fair, i guess he was fishing with that post, and he's caught a couple!
 

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Three more will be confirmed on Saturday, with possibly another one coming down from League 2 - I reckon it'll be Barrow, Macclesfield, Welling and Cheltenham as the dice is given one last throw for Tranmere.
 

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Doubt Kiddy will be down there.

How much money do Fylde and Whitehawk actually have? Eastleigh and FGR levels?
 

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Where's Altrincham?

Not literally where's Altrincham, but where's Altrincham on that list?
 

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Macc will be alright as long as Askey is in charge. Hell, it's unlikely but you might even be in League Two next season.

Literally everything points to us - very poor manager if he stays, mediocre budget, mass exodus in the summer, board that haven't recruited one good manager in their time in charge.....sorry to sound like a stuck record, but I firmly believe we're in trouble.
 

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^ agree - getting worse every season which is quite a feat. There really are no words to describe how badly we've been managed and there is no light at the end of the tunnel or aces up sleeves.

Absolute shambles and fucking sick of it.
 

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^ agree - getting worse every season
You did seem to turn the corner towards the end of last season, I would have expected at least a play-off challenge by now. I feel for you, you must be getting heartily sick of it with no discernible improvement in sight.

Perhaps Aldershot (the only ex-league Conference team lower than you in the table, not counting Southport) could be the next "big" team to drop? Great shame to see all that hard work in building the new club and rising back up to the league, only to throw it away within a mere five seasons - I would hope that AFC Wimbledon remain sensible with their financial management regarding their plans to move back to Plough Lane, even it means staying in League 2 for a good few seasons yet.
 
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