Who are the Champions? Box On – But is it Only Good in the Short Term?

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  • 1. Dan Tanner  |  November 27, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    What is the point of showing what is wrong with the NPL when the clubs involved in it are not interested as long as they are in.

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  • 2. Not The Footy Show  |  November 27, 2013 at 1:48 pm

    Dan, a very valid question. The main reason would be that a lot of people supporting clubs and even playing and working at clubs do not read the documents and are unaware of what those running the clubs are committing to.

    Also because this competition is being billed as the best thing for football’s long term future, yet it is a future being built on promises rather than solid foundations. The concept is a good one, but it has not been thought through. The aim of the piece is to make people ask questions and debate if this is going to be the best for the game.

    As you say I fear that all the clubs will sign on the dotted line, if they do then let us hope that we do not hear any of them complain when things maybe don’t pan out as they have been told they will.

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