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National League South 18/19

Postby craigw87 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:03 am

With 4 games to go...looking like an even harder National League south next year. If things stay the way they are at the moment the teams below are confirmed for the league next season (Teams not included that are 1st-7th)

Braintree Town
Welling United
Bath City
Weston-super-Mare
East Thurrock United
Chippenham Town
Gloucester City
Eastbourne Borough
Oxford City
Concord Rangers
Hungerford Town

The following will most likely join the league from the National League.

Woking
Torquay United

Southern League
Hereford (Champions)-Most likely to put in the North.

Play off's.You would expect if either of the top 2 teams below got promoted would go to the north, or if it is either of the latter 2 to join us in the South.

King's Lynn Town
Kettering Town
Weymouth
Slough Town

Bostick League
4 games to go for the top 2 and it's a shoot out between Billericay Town and Dulwich Hamlet for the title.

Playoff's. For me either Dulwich of Hendon to go up as i don't fancy visiting the other 2,but whoever goes up, we can imagine which one team in the divison (Gloucester?) being moved to the North.

Dulwich Hamlet
Folkestone Invicta
Hendon
Margate

Either way will be an interesting and exciting league next season.You would expect pre-season betting would put Billericay Town top to get promoted baring a summer meltdown from Tamplin. You would then put Woking along with 2/3 of the 6 in the mix as well. Can we gatecrash the top 6 in the 18/19 season?
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby HammeredWasp » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:20 am

Woking are stuffed money wise, they will be lucky to even still be around next season.
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby BornundertheElmslie » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:39 am

Billericay are struggling to win the Bostick League with a wage bill of £30,000 a week. It’s dropping to £10,000 a week next season and if they go up with Wheeler in charge, they won’t win anything.

A competitive National South makes it much more exciting. Woking and Torquay are great additions.
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Not Happy » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:58 am

Funny you mention the Bostick League because that's where Wealdstone could be heading next season. It will be a harder league next time around that's for sure. When you hear that the likes of Alan O'Brien and Harry Goodger are going to be invited back to training it doesn't sound good at all does it? Some of the transfer targets aren't exactly ones to get you excited either. More mediocre players who can't get into the starting XI. Yet we are eager to bomb out the likes of Ryan Sellers.
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Stoney Ground » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:07 am

You are a club short which means Hereford will be CS, unless Weymouth or Slough win the play offs.

Or of course if Barrow get relegated instead of Woking.

This guy on Non League Matters has it close, it assumes the highest place club wins play offs.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... E/htmlview
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby craigw87 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:15 am

This seems an accurate table as you say Stone Ground if the teams stay as they are.
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Wobs » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:21 am

Not Happy wrote:Funny you mention the Bostick League because that's where Wealdstone could be heading next season. It will be a harder league next time around that's for sure. When you hear that the likes of Alan O'Brien and Harry Goodger are going to be invited back to training it doesn't sound good at all does it? Some of the transfer targets aren't exactly ones to get you excited either. More mediocre players who can't get into the starting XI. Yet we are eager to bomb out the likes of Ryan Sellers.


Where do you get this info from? Is it a press release, or an interview I haven't seen?
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Not Happy » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:28 am

Wobs wrote:
Not Happy wrote:Funny you mention the Bostick League because that's where Wealdstone could be heading next season. It will be a harder league next time around that's for sure. When you hear that the likes of Alan O'Brien and Harry Goodger are going to be invited back to training it doesn't sound good at all does it? Some of the transfer targets aren't exactly ones to get you excited either. More mediocre players who can't get into the starting XI. Yet we are eager to bomb out the likes of Ryan Sellers.


Where do you get this info from? Is it a press release, or an interview I haven't seen?


People do talk to each other at football.
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Stoney Ground » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:35 am

Not Happy wrote:
Wobs wrote:
Not Happy wrote:Funny you mention the Bostick League because that's where Wealdstone could be heading next season. It will be a harder league next time around that's for sure. When you hear that the likes of Alan O'Brien and Harry Goodger are going to be invited back to training it doesn't sound good at all does it? Some of the transfer targets aren't exactly ones to get you excited either. More mediocre players who can't get into the starting XI. Yet we are eager to bomb out the likes of Ryan Sellers.


Where do you get this info from? Is it a press release, or an interview I haven't seen?


People do talk to each other at football.


Would be worth millions a taped conversation between you and Proper Not Happy, could be the salvation of the club. :D
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Re: National League South 18/19

Postby Enfield Stones » Wed Apr 18, 2018 10:06 am

Wobs wrote:
Not Happy wrote:Funny you mention the Bostick League because that's where Wealdstone could be heading next season. It will be a harder league next time around that's for sure. When you hear that the likes of Alan O'Brien and Harry Goodger are going to be invited back to training it doesn't sound good at all does it? Some of the transfer targets aren't exactly ones to get you excited either. More mediocre players who can't get into the starting XI. Yet we are eager to bomb out the likes of Ryan Sellers.


Where do you get this info from? Is it a press release, or an interview I haven't seen?


Remember Wobs part of the rules on this forum is that heresay/rumours/and behind closed door conversations are instruments to back peoples arguments up, its a whole load of nonsense but its used to bash people who run the club or the manager or anyone who dares to be involved with the football club ....You just have to hope that most people think its rubbish and wait to hear anything factual from the club before forming an opinion
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