kefc Posted January 25, 2018 Share Posted January 25, 2018 (edited) Clubs in the West interested in being licenced and want to be part of a pyramid must get together and get chatting just now. Those who want licenced and be part of the pyramid would probably need to setup a working committee who then contact the EOS and SOS Leagues for a chat on a West League to be implemented alongside these leagues. This could then be taken higher with a proposal to the SFA and the Lowland League for a discussion. You would think this could be implemented for this season, there's also the high chance Rangers/Celtic Colts (if they dont get in SPFL2) may look to be part of Tier 5 or 6 which could strengthen the WOS hand in the quick formation of the league. I dont know 100% the ins and outs of this but surely it cant be much harder than the above, a strong Tier 6 covering all regions is beneficial for everyone involved, SFA, Lowland League, EOS/SOS Leagues and all the cup competions. Once the East, West, South is setup whats to stop the remaining SJFA clubs who dont want or arent ready to move going in below these leagues to create Tier 7,8 which gives them time to build and also work towards a licence. It really should be that simple, if the SJFA are telling clubs change will come, we are working on it then great but it could be 3/5 years time which then could be too late for some clubs, the cream of the players will be in the Lowland League, EOS League in 1-2 year aswell as a host of clubs from the East Juniors joining the EOS League if whats been rumoured. The SJFA should be working alongside the SFA (they might be for all we know) to create the very best pyramid structure but the silence and lack of any desire to the outside world from the SJFA doesnt bode well for confidence within clubs. Edited January 25, 2018 by kefc 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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