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Thread: No Hereford derby

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    Richard Kear
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    No Hereford derby

    The allocation was made today by the FA and Tigers and Bulls will be in differing divisions.
    Going to make money even tighter to find.

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    Chris Jones
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    Colin is there a FA spreadsheet where where we can see who has been allocated to each league?

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    Chris Jones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandman View Post
    The allocation was made today by the FA and Tigers and Bulls will be in differing divisions.
    Going to make money even tighter to find.
    But a positive possibly that there will be less crossover on the old Venn diagram in terms of player recruitment; some won’t want to travel north. The M5 M6 journey remains difficult.

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    Alex Harris
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladfans View Post
    Colin is there a FA spreadsheet where where we can see who has been allocated to each league?
    https://www.thenonleaguefootballpape...-steps-1-to-4/

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    Lewis Fathers
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    Utterly ridiculous that Cinderford have been placed in the Eastern division

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    Chris Jones
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    Wouldn’t call Hereford v Gloucester a derby. That’s like when Cheltenham try to claim everyone within 100 miles is their rival.

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    It's all about he money. We got screwed over when FGR were placed into the CS with us in the north.

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    Neikell Plummer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandman View Post
    The allocation was made today by the FA and Tigers and Bulls will be in differing divisions.
    Going to make money even tighter to find.
    But we knew that was going to happen as one of us had to go north so hardly a shock and wouldn't have been budgeted for. We should be better off this season than last as the new clubs in the league should have more away fans. Looks a really interesting division next season and I'm looking forward to it. Also hopefully by the time we play them we will be going to Dulwich and not Tooting.

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    Tooting's terracing looks great though!

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    Bagasan Graham
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    Personally I would call a “derby” that is a team in the City/Town and County and the takes 20-30 mins to get to.
    Certainly wouldn’t class Hereford as one considering it’s in another county 30 odd miles and takes an hour to get to on a good day.. It’s no great loss imo as previously stated our astute board would have planned for it anyway.. Bring on Concord and East Thurrock on a Tuesday winters night...

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