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    Berti

    Time to unaffiliate from the SAFA?

    With the ever increasing costs imposed by the SAFA for little or nothing in return is it perhaps a good time to look at moving away from them? Other than not competing in the Scottish Cup would there be any other disadvantages? I think once one association did it others would follow. I for one would jump at the chance to ditch the wallet dippers at Hampden. They offer no reason why we need them and their demands for more money every season is killing off already struggling clubs.
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    ya cant

    Time to unaffiliate from the SAFA?

    No one cares neeb theyre doon to there last 300,000 pal and still want more ...... fining you 250 pounds for not turning up for a game ? But they change the time from 2 till 4 wae 3 days notice and tell yi to play or risk the fine stevie wonder can see whats happening here
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    Berti

    Time to unaffiliate from the SAFA?

    The existing UEFA rules could be applied I'm sure but I don't know how it would work regards referees. The way it's going though there will not be many teams left in 10 years and that's a lot to do with how the game is run.
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    ya cant

    Time to unaffiliate from the SAFA?

    Correct bertie but breaking away isnt the answer neeb as you need rules and regulations set up which is mammouth ..... a good committee etc etc you can withdraw from scottish every year its up to you .... but they couldnt care what or how many teams fold .... imo they want an elitest league set up in the west and one in the east and north/tay and only the teams with money will get there... the rest of us will be also rans look at fife junior football now adays .. glorified amateurs pal
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    Griffin99on

    Newburgh

    Another trip into Fife this weekend as Newburgh play Lochore Welfare at Central Park. Lochore, managerless after Andy Healey's departure, are always a tough team to crack so should be a good game. I have to say the new league set up, even with the extra miles, is very competitive. Pumpherston will run away with the league I would guess. Second place is up for grabs to every other team in the league. There are no whipping boys so very difficult to predict the outcome of nearly every game each week. It will be interesting to see what will happen come the pointy end of the season. I think I am right in saying that 2nd place play off against 2nd in North Premier to go into the Superleague next season. Assuming all of well informed theorists on P&B are incorrect and this isnt the last ever season for Junior football in the East...... We will wait and see


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