Jump to content

BS7

Gold Members
  • Posts

    642
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Reputation

343 Excellent

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • My Team
    Bonnyrigg Rose

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Interesting chat on LL2. I think it’s a really hard sell to particularly the wosfl after the arse the LL board has made of things recently. and let’s not forget the wosfl tier 6 conference fiasco. another interesting aspect is how wosfl clubs view the ceiling being removed. For most of them for recent years, promotion to a higher level wasn’t something possible.
  2. That’s strange. They have a strategic partnership with them for that very purpose. As do civil service strollers. I wonder what’s holding up their arrival?
  3. Everyone in the eosfl does have a route to the Scottish cup directly or through the Alex Jack?
  4. And that’s with getting hibs youngsters in
  5. I think RG maybe has a point, and more understanding that maybe isn’t immediately apparent due to his knowledge of the American market. For me there’s a pretty neat split between the full time clubs - around 24 - the most pro part time clubs - around 40 - and the rest of the pyramid. I think abroath and Falkirk show you don’t want to make movement between full time and part time impossible but I think looking again at the structure underneath the top two leagues could be meaningfully reviewed.
  6. Any word on when the board members will be replaced, and who will be standing to replace them?
  7. The SFA would be the ultimate arbiter? To see this logically, even if a lowland league team was excluded for not "winning" the championship....what would be the next step? A play off between say Buckie Thistle and Stranraer, and a situation where the Stranraer if they lost would go into the lowland league. I can't see that situation happening. Well, I can, but I really don't think it will.
  8. Fair enough, that would be good news. On reflection, I'm not convinced of the need for a hard border - I think @craigkillie articulated the different options well. However, unfortunately, the fiasco around Brechin has entrenched people's views so I don't think we can look forward to a progressive solution anytime soon. I suppose I'm thinking of regional leagues at tier 7 instead of conferences....but to be honest I've not really watched what the opinion is for future and if there is any desire for regionalization within eosfl/wosfl due to their much bigger numbers of team.
  9. And which clubs voted for, against, and abstained. I guess the bsc Glasgow Alloa Broomhill and East Kilbride franchises voted for.
  10. Changing the rules so that a club can express a preference could be taken as meaning that any club could express a preference as to where they play regardless of the line. Is it possible that such a rule change could pave the way for Brechin to express a preference to play in the lowland league next season?
  11. Very true. I feel like I'm missing something really obvious here. Edit:I probably need to remind myself who can and cannot get promoted to the highland league this season.
  12. Or is the real driver behind this the highland league don’t want tayside and Angus teams.
  13. Lochee might want to chuck in at tier 6 in the eosfl too?
  14. Why is it important for clubs to express a preference? Who is asking for it? Which clubs might it impact. we can dance around this, but unless Forfar, Montrose or Arbroath would prefer to go lowland then this argument is pointless. To me, anyway.
  15. To be fair, the pyramid has brought more than one league like that. When VOL get relegated, I suspect they’ll have another relegation next season. Hopefully some pressure is exerted to get at least two relegation places from lowland league from next season.
×
×
  • Create New...