I can't think of anyone since us in 2010/11.Has any 'traditional league teams just come down because they are rubbish? It seems like for years having a terrible owner is the overriding reason.
And I dont see the NL refusing entry on the basis of a dodgy owner, they don't care. The only issue that would bar entry is imminent financial collapse that would mean you are unlikely to finish a season (and even then they don't care if you are on the board, a la Dover)
Isn't it more of an HMRC issue than an EFL one, though? They're the ones who keep letting him string everything out all the time until he settles it all last minute.I'd agree with that. Don't quite know what's going on but Ron has managed to scrape by, he didn't pay off the last HMRC bill btw, was some sports agency no one has heard off and no one knows what connection to him or the club they had or now have.
The interesting thing for Ron will be how he's dealt with if he finds himself and the club back in the courts AGAIN. For all the people saying the National League is run as a shambles and they make it up as they go along, well the EFL is more of a shambles and basically just wants to sweep everything under the carpet and let people get away with it for as long as they can.
I think Ron will massively regret falling to this level and not having the comfort of the EFL looking the other way continuously.
Did you know that a Morecambe win and a draw for Crawley means Bolton will not. You need to get off these forums and get on grinder to find yourself a friend.Back to the football..............Did you know that us getting beat on Saturday by Exeter means that Tranmere could now miss out on the play offs........
Isn't it more of an HMRC issue than an EFL one, though? They're the ones who keep letting him string everything out all the time until he settles it all last minute.
I think your history after you got back into the FL has coloured your perception about the size of your club back then.When was the last time you were in the 2nd division before your relegation to the Conference in 1998?
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I think you're right. My memory of Donny before they went into the Conference was that they were pretty much as shite as us most of the time (which is saying something).I think your history after you got back into the FL has coloured your perception about the size of your club back then.When was the last time you were in the 2nd division before your relegation to the Conference in 1998?
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Even more interesting GTFC are 29th.
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Interesting, very interesting!