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Is it just me or the EFL bottling it? They've failed to announce it so far after it being this day, that day, the other day. Now put back again.

Said it before - we got punished for Brentford, we lost the points, we lost gate receipts, and the fans lost a match off their season ticket. Sponsors missed out. Etc. Enough folk got punished for that day. Whilst Brentford saved money on not travelling up. For me that's done. Why punish a new regime over the old regime and old set of players actions?

As for Doncaster - it was a situation created by the EFL allowing us to play games when in admin with no senior players. They themselves should have had the foresight to amend our early season fixtures to accommodate our "youthful" team and have only one match per week. And if that meant us being expelled from the League Cup and EFL Trophy competitions - then so be. And once again - why punish the new regime and new players who weren't involved when the Donny game was postponed. Doesn't make sense.

Suspended sentence of points deductions sounds about right - I doubt we'll be postponing games in the near future. So its a punishment that's pointless (pun there somewhere) - but should suffice to keep the moaners and haters from the other clubs at bay.

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Development squad played Thursday Friday night / Saturday morning, our senior pros decide they won't play v Brentford BWFC make plans for the Dev Squad to play Brentford EFL block this

Couldn’t give a flying fuck what anyone else thinks  all very noble of us playing with teens and spanking us 5-0. Everyone felt for us then fuck off. You want a result from us earn it agains

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Our favourite grief monger Nixon suggested the decision was made Friday but isn't being publicly announced until Wednesday.

That would suggest the actual decision is already known within the club but I don't know why it hasn't been announced yet. What's another few days when you've been waiting 7 months, I suppose.

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5 minutes ago, Marc505 said:

Our favourite grief monger Nixon suggested the decision was made Friday but isn't being publicly announced until Wednesday.

That would suggest the actual decision is already known within the club but I don't know why it hasn't been announced yet. What's another few days when you've been waiting 7 months, I suppose.

Surely even the EFL aren't so inept that they'd risk the embarrassment of the decision leaking out.

 

Actually, wait, hang on a minute, I think I spotted my own mistake

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13 minutes ago, Traf said:

Surely even the EFL aren't so inept that they'd risk the embarrassment of the decision leaking out.

 

Actually, wait, hang on a minute, I think I spotted my own mistake

Could understand rest of the day, maybe 24 hours for the club and staff to get it's head around it but what purpose a delay like this serves I don't know. Everything points to ineptitude from start to finish with all this.

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3 hours ago, Marc505 said:

Our favourite grief monger Nixon suggested the decision was made Friday but isn't being publicly announced until Wednesday.

That would suggest the actual decision is already known within the club but I don't know why it hasn't been announced yet. What's another few days when you've been waiting 7 months, I suppose.

I'm not sure that would happen would it? - what's the point in delaying the announcement if the decision has already been made?

As for Nixon, has he actually got anything right in the last 3 years?

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1 hour ago, TrickyTrotter said:

Decision will be being gone over by (lots of) lawyers before announcement.

Its not a legal issue. 

The idea that a load of lawyers will pour over a points deduction is just laughable. It would only become a legal issue IF BWFC or someone on their behalf made it one - and its hard to see good grounds for any case - there is no football league precedent for this. Nor no written punishment - so they decide as regulators of the league. And I don't see any court legitimately getting involved.

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12 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Its not a legal issue. 

The idea that a load of lawyers will pour over a points deduction is just laughable. It would only become a legal issue IF BWFC or someone on their behalf made it one - and its hard to see good grounds for any case - there is no football league precedent for this. Nor no written punishment - so they decide as regulators of the league. And I don't see any court legitimately getting involved.

You assume it would be Bolton lawyers poring over the verdict, as opposed to Donny, Coventry or even EFL ones ?

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36 minutes ago, ZiggyStardust said:

You assume it would be Bolton lawyers poring over the verdict, as opposed to Donny, Coventry or even EFL ones ?

No I assumed they meant EFL ones. There isn't anything to check - not unless they seriously expect a legal challenge from either Bolton or other clubs. In this case its hard to imagine what grounds one would have either way. 

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3 hours ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Its not a legal issue. 

The idea that a load of lawyers will pour over a points deduction is just laughable. It would only become a legal issue IF BWFC or someone on their behalf made it one - and its hard to see good grounds for any case - there is no football league precedent for this. Nor no written punishment - so they decide as regulators of the league. And I don't see any court legitimately getting involved.

There are hundreds of thousands (if not millions)of £s at stake for potentially promoted or relegated clubs.  Everyone will have lawyers pouring over this. 

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9 minutes ago, passmosster said:

If the EFL Committee considering this has anyone connected with a League 1 club sitting on it, isn't there a huge conflict of interest?

Independent tribunal.

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9 hours ago, Spider said:

I get that I’m being a bore.

But I’d rather be a bore and make sure it’s pore and not pour.

 

Good lad. Someone has to try and maintain standards.

Apparently others don't fink so.

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