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The great thing about this is there will be a few teams who will be licensed come the start of the season in the WOSFL, it means if any of these teams win the premier WOSFL then they can enter the playoff, (also the proposed ruling that if the winners of the premier league of the EOSFL, WOSFL and SOSFL can enter the Scottish cup), to see who enters the Lowland league.  These types of things will make many other teams sit up and take notice and may want a piece of that action.  The best of it all, there is no rush, teams can get licensed when they are ready to do so, next week, next month, next year, next couple of years and so on.

We all expect most of the west teams to stay for about a 100 years, give or take a team here and there failing but this is what the pyramid is all about, teams who want to progress will benefit. teams who do not want to progress can just plod along.

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Clydebank look set for their SFA Licence.

https://www.clydebankfc.com/bankies-set-to-become-scottish-fa-members/

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We are delighted to announce to our Trust members and supporters that the Scottish FA are set to approve Clydebank FC as a member club, having met their licence requirements.

This is a momentous occasion in the club’s history, and is exactly what the fan ownership model of the UCS Trust was set up to work towards at our rebirth in 2002.

The membership will be effective from the Scottish FA AGM, scheduled for 20 July 2021.

This has only been made possible thanks to the unwavering support we have received from everyone involved with the club from day one. Whether you became a trust member or donated to the licence fund, or whether you have helped run the club or been involved in the groundwork – this has only been achieved through years of teamwork.

Our thanks go to Brian Mann, Club Licensing Manager at the Scottish FA, for all the support and guidance from his team during the process.

Proud to be a Bankie.

 

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You love to see it! Proud to be a Bankie!
Wtf
Someone tell the numpty his club have jumped on the backs of another club and a council to even get anywhere near having a wee park that they only have a small say in its running.

Chancers
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3 minutes ago, gaswork said:

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Someone tell the numpty his club have jumped on the backs of another club and a council to even get anywhere near having a wee park that they only have a small say in its running.

Chancers

I consider being called a numpty by you a massive compliment. It must be a really sad existence getting your wee thrills ripping into online forums. I cant really fathom the mindset, are you just a lonely wee person with nothing positive happening? 
I just feel sorry for you. 

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40 minutes ago, gaswork said:

Wtf emoji23.png
Someone tell the numpty his club have jumped on the backs of another club and a council to even get anywhere near having a wee park that they only have a small say in its running.

Chancers

I think the word you were looking for was “Licensed” 🤣

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Wtf
Someone tell the numpty his club have jumped on the backs of another club and a council to even get anywhere near having a wee park that they only have a small say in its running.

Chancers

You ok sweetheart?

It’s called working together, for the greater good of the community at that.
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8 minutes ago, Blackie Gold said:

Will Yoker be licensed?. Honest question.

Haven't heard anything on that front. There's a bit more to licensing than just the ground criteria and that's why it might not be an immeditate target for them. Certainly something to work towards in future.

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2 hours ago, FairWeatherFan said:

Licencing isn't just about the ground. The criteria covers the ground, first team, youth, and the legal/admin side of things.

You mean clubs would need to show a set of books.

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