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      Pie and Bovril Nostalgia Mobile Phone Cases!   12/09/18

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Theunchosen1

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An interesting suggestion made to me a few weeks back whilst watching a game.

 

Whoever wins the title obviously has the chance to win promotion to the lowland league which is great and can (hopefully) show the quality we have in the south league. However it’s fair to say that the league has some average teams to say the least. So would it be beneficial to some teams in the league if there was a relegation from the league, possibly with a play off with the winners of the Dumfries Sunday league?

 

Teams at the top of the league seem to boast some good players in their ranks with south teams regularly nipping in to sign them so may help both leagues.

 

 

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The money/committee needed to run a club in the South would be too much for most if not all Sunday sides to make the move. Then it comes down to where games are played also. There’s also the boys who can’t play on a Saturday due to work etc.

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On ‎17‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 16:00, Theunchosen1 said:

 

An interesting suggestion made to me a few weeks back whilst watching a game.

 

Whoever wins the title obviously has the chance to win promotion to the lowland league which is great and can (hopefully) show the quality we have in the south league. However it’s fair to say that the league has some average teams to say the least. So would it be beneficial to some teams in the league if there was a relegation from the league, possibly with a play off with the winners of the Dumfries Sunday league?

 

Teams at the top of the league seem to boast some good players in their ranks with south teams regularly nipping in to sign them so may help both leagues.

 

 

 

Some  are about the YM /Annan standard  .Quite a few are guys with the touch of a hurricane ,the belly of Pavarotti ,and the football brain of a walnut whip .

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An interesting suggestion made to me a few weeks back whilst watching a game.
 
Whoever wins the title obviously has the chance to win promotion to the lowland league which is great and can (hopefully) show the quality we have in the south league. However it’s fair to say that the league has some average teams to say the least. So would it be beneficial to some teams in the league if there was a relegation from the league, possibly with a play off with the winners of the Dumfries Sunday league?
 
Teams at the top of the league seem to boast some good players in their ranks with south teams regularly nipping in to sign them so may help both leagues.
 
 


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