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1 hour ago, ErnestTurnip said:

Where is that info coming from, the old BEN/BWFC website article ? It doesn't look to be accurate if you have a look around at other sources, or at least the ones I found.

It is correct 

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8 minutes ago, HomerJay said:

It is correct 

Based on what though? Academies dont have to publish any data and most don't, and any independent sources us public can google say it isn't the case.

I'd like it to be correct but is it backed up by fact?

The FA and EFL hiding the actual data on academies makes no sense and any reasoning they have ever provided is to be honest a load of bollocks.

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2 minutes ago, Okocha10 said:

Daily Mail saying we're going to get a further point deduction, there's a meeting with the EFL today supposedly. What a load of shit 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7504871/Football-League-clubs-punished-penalty-points-failing-play.html

Let’s hope there is a legal challenge to any further points deduction. 

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8 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

Let’s hope there is a legal challenge to any further points deduction. 

I hope so too, majority of the clubs who want further actions on us are running scared now. So games can get re-scheduled due to international call ups i.e the Burton game, but god forbid us not playing Doncaster when half of the youth squad was injured.

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1 minute ago, Okocha10 said:

I hope so too, majority of the clubs who want further actions on us are running scared now. So games can get re-scheduled due to international call ups i.e the Burton game, but god forbid us not playing Doncaster when half of the youth squad was injured.

The EFL also played a part in our demise allowing Anderson in as fit and proper. 

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3 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

The EFL also played a part in our demise allowing Anderson in as fit and proper. 

Definitely, especially that slimy bastard Shaun Harvey with some of the quotes he made.

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Good quote from this article in the daily mail " Bolton are facing two separate disciplinary charges for pulling out of two matches — a Championship game against Brentford last season and a Carabao Cup tie with Doncaster last month" 

Never knew we was to play Doncaster in the Carabao cup, how much do these journalist's get paid? 😄

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1 hour ago, Mounts Kipper said:

Let’s hope there is a legal challenge to any further points deduction. 

6 points would be fair, 3 per game. It isn't a huge amount in the scheme of things. There are 36 games left and 108 points to play for. I'd rather the club spent money on the team than to a barrister charging the earth.

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7 minutes ago, Mannyroader said:

6 points would be fair, 3 per game. It isn't a huge amount in the scheme of things. There are 36 games left and 108 points to play for. I'd rather the club spent money on the team than to a barrister charging the earth.

This.

We're going down anyway. Take it on the chin, and move on. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mannyroader said:

6 points would be fair, 3 per game. It isn't a huge amount in the scheme of things. There are 36 games left and 108 points to play for. I'd rather the club spent money on the team than to a barrister charging the earth.

A fair point that.

It is beginning to stick in the craw somewhat though, that any further action would almost certainly condemn us to relegation: deservedly so some might say.

On the flip side, we worked hard to get a takeover through, despite CUNT dragging his feet.

Succeeded, and managed to avoid league expulsion.

Now Bury on the other hand didn't succeed; another cunts doing his worse.

Now a major move to get them reinstated into league 2 next season: exactly where we would be.

Perhaps FV would be asking themselves "what was the point of chucking some money at this season then"

Only sympathy for Bury's situation, but would they be docked points next season?

Doesn't quite sit well at the moment.

For me, a suspended points deduction and maybe a fine would be more appropriate.

Give FV some room; the non playing was not their fault, so impose it as a warning.

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No, 3 points would be fair. Last season should have been dealt with last season.

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1 hour ago, Okocha10 said:

Good quote from this article in the daily mail " Bolton are facing two separate disciplinary charges for pulling out of two matches — a Championship game against Brentford last season and a Carabao Cup tie with Doncaster last month" 

Never knew we was to play Doncaster in the Carabao cup, how much do these journalist's get paid? 😄

Plus the EFL cancelled the Brentford game even though we could have played the youngsters .They said it was their responsibility to look after the welfare of young players .The very same reason the club pulled out of the Donny game .

 

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Award Doncaster the 3 points, it's going to be messy if we end up beating them in a rearranged fixture.

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Just deduct 6 points and let us replay the game. it wont impact doncasters season at all. 

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i know im repeating myself, but there is no justification for punishing both offences in one season

if they must punish us, brentford can be either last season or this

doncaster the season after the one they choose for brentford, im not arsed

the fact its taken em six months to get sorted is an utter disgrace

the fact they dont have defined punishments is another disgrace

FV will know exactly what we will be getting

im sure they made it clear to the EFL what their 'acceptable outcome' was before they bought the club

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The BWSA had a public meeting tonight with guest speakers Hill and Flitcroft, Emma Beaugeard (Chief Exec of FV) and Suzanne Speak (the manager of the hotel).

Three of the things that came out of it -

 

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4 hours ago, Sluffy said:

The BWSA had a public meeting tonight with guest speakers Hill and Flitcroft, Emma Beaugeard (Chief Exec of FV) and Suzanne Speak (the manager of the hotel).

Three of the things that came out of it -

 

That’s a meeting that I’d have gone too, was it publicised anywhere?  Never saw any mention from the club, Bolton news or the BWSA, seems it was hardly publicised, it’s no wonder no one goes to these meetings when there’s hardly any publicity. Great news on the fanzine, but what and when will the new owners announce the exciting plans they mentioned at the time of the takeover? Just checked The BWSA sent 3/4 tweets yesterday but that’s about the sum of it no tweets from BWFC non from Marc Iles, surely every BWFC season ticket holder should have been emailed directly by the club about this event.

Edited by Mounts Kipper

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19 hours ago, Casino said:

i know im repeating myself, but there is no justification for punishing both offences in one season

if they must punish us, brentford can be either last season or this

doncaster the season after the one they choose for brentford, im not arsed

the fact its taken em six months to get sorted is an utter disgrace

the fact they dont have defined punishments is another disgrace

FV will know exactly what we will be getting

im sure they made it clear to the EFL what their 'acceptable outcome' was before they bought the club

Had we gone into admin on the date of the Brentford game we'd have received a 12 point deduction this season. Had we done so again on the date of the Doncaster game we'd have received a further 12 point deduction this season. 

That will be their justification for the points being applied this season. 

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1 hour ago, Mounts Kipper said:

That’s a meeting that I’d have gone too, was it publicised anywhere?  Never saw any mention from the club, Bolton news or the BWSA, seems it was hardly publicised, it’s no wonder no one goes to these meetings when there’s hardly any publicity. Great news on the fanzine, but what and when will the new owners announce the exciting plans they mentioned at the time of the takeover? Just checked The BWSA sent 3/4 tweets yesterday but that’s about the sum of it no tweets from BWFC non from Marc Iles, surely every BWFC season ticket holder should have been emailed directly by the club about this event.

Its true enough that BWSA are more low profile than the vain and worthless BWFCST but are you a member?

Some of the 'leading lights' of the ST tried to take control of BWSA a few years back. I believe it didn't go down well.

Edited by Chris Custodiet

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6 hours ago, Sluffy said:

The BWSA had a public meeting tonight with guest speakers Hill and Flitcroft, Emma Beaugeard (Chief Exec of FV) and Suzanne Speak (the manager of the hotel).

Three of the things that came out of it -

 

did anyone go to the meeting? Any Mention if the football creditors have been paid yet?, Some are staff I believe.

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2 hours ago, Mounts Kipper said:

That’s a meeting that I’d have gone too, was it publicised anywhere?  Never saw any mention from the club, Bolton news or the BWSA, seems it was hardly publicised, it’s no wonder no one goes to these meetings when there’s hardly any publicity. Great news on the fanzine, but what and when will the new owners announce the exciting plans they mentioned at the time of the takeover? Just checked The BWSA sent 3/4 tweets yesterday but that’s about the sum of it no tweets from BWFC non from Marc Iles, surely every BWFC season ticket holder should have been emailed directly by the club about this event.

it was probably a bwfcsa meeting for their members

trust meetings are usually only for the inner sanctum

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1 hour ago, Chris Custodiet said:

Its true enough that BWSA are more low profile than the vain and worthless BWFCST but are you a member?

Some of the 'leading lights' of the ST tried to take control of BWSA a few years back. I believe it didn't go down well.

I joined years ago, but not sure if I still am as I have never been approached to re-pay each season, no wonder that the BWSA is low key. 

If I am not a current member would welcome a nudge each season if I need to renew. 

This meeting was for members and non members anyhow and if publicised correctly I would think 500 plus might of turned up given both manager and assistant manager and Emma Beaugard were present.  . 

 

 

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