With the season all but finished barring the odd cup final and play-off final, preparation will already be getting underway for next season. The many different non-league regions and committees now have the arduous task of fixture planning. With computer technology you might think this would be an easy job, but not necessarily. First of all there’s the regionalisation of teams, the most obvious being North/South with the Conference league. However another thing they have to take into consideration are the teams dropping out of leagues. Which teams get reprieves, what happens to the team who should get relegated or the team that finishes second in the league below?
This actually ties in with the news today of the FA planning a ‘B’ league for premiership teams. Read the BBC website here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/27289819 for further info.
I had a reader of NonLeagueReview ask if they could send me their thoughts…
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