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Just got the feeling after all this comes to an end we will still end up in the National League nothing happening clubs not happy,it is 12 weeks since our last game this weekend, just watch the NL null & void all 3 divisions, complete waste of time.
The EFL will only relegate the bottom Club to the National League if it can kick-off at the same time, the bottom Club needs somewhere to play so if the EFL say August 8/15 is the start date the NL have to be ready behind close doors or not this is according to the Fylde Chairman also he has contact...
Cheers Suffolk Blue really pleased we will be OK really like reading your points of view lets hope we have good news in the coming weeks and I have every faith in Paul and the rest of the board and the trust.
While we wait for this soap opera to end and countless Clubs on the brink of going out of business I would like Paul Hornby to release a statement to reassure all Barrow AFC Supporters that the board of directors can get us through this difficult time and go forward together what ever league we find...
What happens if league Two play-offs don`t happen you still will have 23 clubs in league One, 3 down and 3 up, you would have to have only 2 down from league One and 3 up from league Two to get 24 Clubs back into league One , the EFL are 1 club short but it is in league One.
Which areas do we think need strengthened? Another keeper to challenge Joel is a must for me, and some cover at full back In terms of the starting team Platt and White need replacing obviously, possibly Brough as well. As would Taylor if we went up. Desperate for another striker to cover Quigs/Dior...
RIP John but yet again another Evening Mail cock up John made 54 apps for the Club not 54 goals in fact John scored 6 goals, another player lost from our Football League days.
Brian McManus did score in a 2--1 win, we finished next to bottom 23rd one of five teams to finish on 33pts in those days it was goal difference,Fleetwood finish bottom and resigned from the league, the crowd was 484 and I was at the game. In those days the NPL had re election so no relegation.
My deepest condolences to Jean Mark and Lee for your loss,really hard to put into words what Brian Arrowsmith was to Barrow AFC,many who post on this forum will not know what he did for his home town club, tonight is a very sad time for us older fans. God bless Brian and love to Jean and the boy's.