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Theres been little to suggest they will. I can't see them going with out the Rose.


What a lot of bollux! Bo’ness will be making decisions in their own interests and absolutely heehaw to do with the Rose.

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41 minutes ago, 8MileBU said:

 


What a lot of bollux! Bo’ness will be making decisions in their own interests and absolutely heehaw to do with the Rose.

I've seen little to suggest that Bo'ness will move to the EOSFL next season. Whats happening with the ground when is the astro etc going to be done?

 

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10 hours ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

I've seen little to suggest that Bo'ness will move to the EOSFL next season.

So, you didn't see the earlier post in this thread then?;

On ‎20‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 17:56, Che Dail said:

This is a cut & paste from the Bo'ness website:

At Bo’ness United we want to progress and it would be remiss of us not to look at ways to develop the football club and as such we are working towards being ready with our license application. In order to receive your license it is now a stipulation that you must commit to the pyramid.

We have looked at the potential benefits of joining the pyramid and believe that in order to compete in the future this is something we must look to do.  The financial benefits of becoming licensed far outweigh the revenues that can be made if we stay within Junior Football as it is at the present time.

The club firmly believe that there should be no ceiling and that all teams should find the level that suits them in congruence with their own abilities, whether that be League Two, the Lowland League or wherever.  Irrespective we believe a full pyramid should be in place.

Bo’ness United want to be part of the pyramid, Scottish football is evolving and we truly believe that there will be significant changes.  We want to be at the forefront of change whether that be playing in the East of Scotland League, The Lowland league or with the Juniors if they become part of a revised pyramid that encompasses all clubs.

Read it how you want to read it, but it seems fairly evident they want to join the pyramid.

This might not mean that they are about to join the EOSFL next season, but at the very least it does suggest they might.

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....and moving Senior would surely open up far more funding opportunities for the renovation of Newton than staying in the Juniors - its a no brainer to move.

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1 hour ago, drs said:

....and moving Senior would surely open up far more funding opportunities for the renovation of Newton than staying in the Juniors - its a no brainer to move.

Not really because anyone can apply for grants. Council aren' throwing money at shire and they are senioreally so they aren' going to throw it at boness

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