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40 minutes ago, FairWeatherFan said:

Think the meeting was sometime this month, but might not hear specific news until the SFA AGM when things are typically made official. 

Did clubs not start putting out twitter posts as soon as they'd been told they were passed - before officially being OK'd at AGM?

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4 minutes ago, theesel1994 said:

Did clubs not start putting out twitter posts as soon as they'd been told they were passed - before officially being OK'd at AGM?

That's what often happens. Not everyone makes a public statement though. 

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This was mentioned on a recent thread - not sure which - and there's a meeting scheduled for Wednesday 25th May when the SFA will make decisions, subject to AGM approval.

Not long now before we see some clubs Tweeting away with big news!

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9 hours ago, 3point4win said:

'Big news' 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

It's worth a lot of money to clubs so aye ... its a pretty big deal. I'd say that for us - when we got our licence last year it was the most significant thing to happen to us since 2003. 

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7 minutes ago, BANKIEBILL said:

It's worth a lot of money to clubs so aye ... its a pretty big deal. I'd say that for us - when we got our licence last year it was the most significant thing to happen to us since 2003. 

It meant that pathway back to League football was finally open.

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It's not something that pays out a fixed amount. It's tied into the SFA's financial performance and a club's level of licencing. Maybe some other factors.

While the share might well be diluted. Cash in hand might increase overall over a set number of years due to revenues increasing above the dimishing share percentage.

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46 minutes ago, FairWeatherFan said:

It's not something that pays out a fixed amount. It's tied into the SFA's financial performance and a club's level of licencing. Maybe some other factors.

While the share might well be diluted. Cash in hand might increase overall over a set number of years due to revenues increasing above the dimishing share percentage.

Exactly what I was going to say.

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On 23/05/2022 at 23:53, theesel1994 said:

Did clubs not start putting out twitter posts as soon as they'd been told they were passed - before officially being OK'd at AGM?

A little bump for this as Rutherglen Glencairn are the first (unless I've missed others) to announce they will be SFA members from 21st June. I assume the others will receive a yay or nay at the same time.

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1 minute ago, theesel1994 said:

A little bump for this as Rutherglen Glencairn are the first (unless I've missed others) to announce they will be SFA members from 21st June. I assume the others will receive a yay or nay at the same time.

Everyone should be getting notified in the same way.

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14 minutes ago, theesel1994 said:

You mean........like Benburb as well?

The SFA Board had a meeting on May 25th and were presented with those applications that are finalised. Those that were successful will have been given the same notification as below. It will be up to them to go public on it. Now that someone has i'm sure others will follow since their fans at the very least will be asking questions.

I don't know if there's still time for any last minute boxes being ticked ahead of the AGM or if May 25th was the last chance to be licenced for the start of 2022-23.

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EDIT: Tayport have just tweeted about their membership.

 

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