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  1. Junior football, what is the future?

    Oh dear, he's at it again.
  2. Junior football, what is the future?

    Oh dear, is the red mist clouding your eyes that much that you can't make out what the hell you're posting?
  3. Junior football, what is the future?

    It's getting a bit desperate now, if that's the case being put forward for leaving the Juniors. "Come to us, we don't fine anyone!".
  4. Junior football, what is the future?

    Sorry, poor choice of word there. How about sycophants? Yes, that's more like it. Sycophant - noun, - a self seeking, servile flatterer, fawning parasite.
  5. Junior football, what is the future?

    No doubt in my mind who needs the reality check. You claim that no-one has an issue with the West joining, yet here you and your henchmen are, raising the issue of them joining without the rest. You also claim that 2 leagues in the same area is stupidity, well that is your view, not mine, but then again my team is in the West and has nothing to fear, whereas yours????
  6. Junior football, what is the future?

    Can someone please post the actual wording of what was passed at the SJFA AGM? Is it the case that the SJFA were to explore a route into the Pyramid for their clubs? At the moment there is a huge gap in the West/Central area of the Pyramid that is about to be taken up by the West Region. That would suggest that a route has been found for a section of the membership with other routes still to be finalised. Just like everything else we read on here though, the Pro-Pyramid, Anti-Junior Brigade claim they want the Juniors in, but the minute it looks likely, they start looking for obstacles to their entry. Let's face it. All this talk of no need for 2 associations in the same area is just a smokescreen to hide the fact that the EOSL want to have complete control of the East and it's self-preservation for their own ends. Get the ERSJA in, see how it works, if it doesn't then let's look at it and sort it then.
  7. Junior football, what is the future?

    Aye right. They'll be allowed to jump over all the teams already in the Pyramid.
  8. Junior football, what is the future?

    So the clubs ask for information, it is delivered first hand, in person and in front of all the delegates, and it's all pish? The shite that has been flung around is coming from this forum and those that have a personal agenda against the juniors. Why would the people at the 'top table' put out this information if there was no substance to it? The beaks, as you call them, are club reps as well as being on the west region. Why would they lie to their own clubs? Naw, the fact is it's not turning out the way the anti-juniors brigade want and it doesn't suit them or their agenda. The West Region is in at tier 6 and the East is set to follow. Embrace the change!
  9. Junior football, what is the future?

    So, what was said at the meeting? Are we in? What tier are we? Is it a done deal? Is there to be reconstruction of the leagues? Is Clydebank moving East? Is the WoSL dead in the water? Has re-instatement gone? Is the SFA handling our discipline? C'mon guys, someone on here must know!!!! Oh and before I forget has Burnie's Meltdown started?
  10. Junior football, what is the future?

    Well done sir. One of my hobbies is indeed w***ing. I'm a member of our local Ramblers association and we go for w**ks on most Sundays. I particularly love w***ing along Loch Lomondside and the Trossachs. Perhaps you would care to join me on one of our w**ks, I'm sure I'd be able to show you a good w**k.
  11. Junior football, what is the future?

    I'm fair looking forward to this thread later tonight or early tomorrow after the news comes filtering out of tonight's meeting of the West Region clubs at Hampden. Fully expecting Burnieman to go into melt-down after all his scaremongering and anti-junior shit-stirring comes back and smacks him right in his arse. Here's what I reckon is on the cards for tonight - Clubs informed that they are now part of the SFA Pyramid and will be in at level 6 - Premiership, Level 7 - Championship, Level 8 - League 1 and Level 9 - League 2. No need for any more talk of a WoSL, SFA won't sanction it. Clubs that get a licence and win the Premiership will enter play-offs for promotion into LL. Clydebank will stay put because the route back to the 'Senior Leagues' has now been provided and this satisfies their AGM decision. League reconstruction will be discussed to allow for an early finish of the Premiership leaders for the purposes of the play-offs. Discipline procedures will be aligned with the SFA. Backtracking? I've highlighted the bit you choose to ignore. The only thing I know is that there is a meeting for the West Clubs tonight. The rest is guesswork from what I can gather from talking to people that are interested in the Pyramid. Of which there's not really a lot of. For now let's just cancel the Burnie Meltown till later, till we see what transpires.
  12. Junior football, what is the future?

    Join the West Region. Everything's rosy over here.
  13. Junior football, what is the future?

    There you go again with the 'claims' thing. I'm claiming nothing unlike yourself. You're the one that seems to have insider knowledge given your post regarding PWG I clearly posted - 'Here's what I reckon is on the cards'. I'm happy to wait and see what, if anything comes out tonight.
  14. Junior football, what is the future?

    I'm not 'claiming' anything. I'm offering my opinion. An opinion that you disagreed with, so much so, that you labelled me as insane. You, meanwhile, hold on to the belief that it 'can't happen' because it doesn't fit with your dream of a new WoSL. But, as I 'claimed' earlier, I shall look forward to the revelations from tonight's meeting. If I'm wrong, I'll apologise and I shall never question your 'claims' again.
  15. Junior football, what is the future?

    the SOSL covers D&G the west region doesnt (there are two outliers in Bonnyton & Kello). Having the EOS & ERJFA is much different as there is clear geographical encroaching by something like 20 clubs. and the problem is?