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Glenafton tweeted on 30 January that they were working on an application, and they hope to have the licence for the beginning of the 23/24 season.

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9 hours ago, FairWeatherFan said:

I would assume so. 6/16 in the WoS Premier are now licenced. It's going to become the norm.

 

The WoSFL management committee has proposed changes to the constitution including that all Premier Division clubs must work towards a SFA licence. Not acquiring one would lead to relegation.

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2 minutes ago, archieb said:

The WoSFL management committee has proposed changes to the constitution including that all Premier Division clubs must work towards a SFA licence. Not acquiring one would lead to relegation.

It’s an EoS rule already that all clubs are to work towards licensing, nothing about timelines tho.  

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It’s an EoS rule already that all clubs are to work towards licensing, nothing about timelines tho.  
The WOS proposal is a 5 year timeline iirc.
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After further discussion by the Management Committee, the proposed 5 year deadline has been withdrawn. The clubs were informed of this in the minutes of the Management Committee Meeting at the start of May.

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4 minutes ago, glensmad said:

After further discussion by the Management Committee, the proposed 5 year deadline has been withdrawn. The clubs were informed of this in the minutes of the Management Committee Meeting at the start of May.
 

And replaced by what?

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46 minutes ago, archieb said:

The WoSFL management committee has proposed changes to the constitution including that all Premier Division clubs must work towards a SFA licence. Not acquiring one would lead to relegation.

An obvious move forward for our top clubs.

I'd expect at least 40 Wosfl teams to enter the big Scottish Cup by 2030.

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On 02/06/2022 at 23:49, glensmad said:

After further discussion by the Management Committee, the proposed 5 year deadline has been withdrawn. The clubs were informed of this in the minutes of the Management Committee Meeting at the start of May.
 

So no consultation with the clubs??

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11 minutes ago, Pyramid Watcher said:

So no consultation with the clubs??

It was a proposal that was intended to be put forward by the MC for the AGM. After further discussions on it the MC decided against putting it forward.

There was no consultation with the clubs in the first instance, so no consultation is required to withdraw it.

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