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A team competition - new format 2017 season
Jim 55 (IP Logged)
16 July, 2017 13:55

 
Re: A team competition - new format 2017 season
TonyTaff (IP Logged)
16 July, 2017 16:30
FFS. How mamy teams in the North Pool? 6 or 8?



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Re: A team competition - new format 2017 season
Squawker2 (IP Logged)
16 July, 2017 20:44
Well that's suitably clear as mud



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Re: A team competition - new format 2017 season
AlanE (IP Logged)
17 July, 2017 07:24
Well they told us twice, unnecessarily, in different formats.

So apart from the inevitable WWTC affecting t'North it seems pretty clear.



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Re: A team competition - new format 2017 season
Huxley (IP Logged)
17 July, 2017 08:51
Honest question, why can't they just run an A league where each team plays each team? Maybe scrap the AW cup and have a proper second team league where young players are getting regular game time.

 
Re: A team competition - new format 2017 season
Dolph42 (IP Logged)
17 July, 2017 09:31
Huxley - I suspect because the clubs don't want it. The Championship and National Leagues along with the AW Cup are how clubs develop talent and not the A League. The A League is actually quite disruptive as it plays on a Monday evening meaning that travel and training for those players is screwed up that week, hence the high number of 'guest' players - which i suppose poses the question why have it at all.


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