Good response to survey from NPL PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Walsh   
Thursday, 28 January 2021

fa logo.pngThe FA has given an up-date over the recent survey given to clubs at Steps 3-6 of non-league.


The update reads: “Submissions were made by 99.1% of clubs at Steps 3 and 4 and 95.8% of clubs at Steps 5 and 6.


“The FA would like to thank the clubs for submitting their views and the time taken in providing responses at what we appreciate is an incredibly challenging time for everyone.


“The FA’s Alliance and Leagues Committees now have a large amount of data and information to consider before determining a proposed way forward. Ultimately, any proposal made by the committees will be put to FA Council for consideration.


“FA Council will then make any final decision on a way forward. The Alliance and Leagues Committees recognise the desire for clubs to be updated whilst these issues are being carefully considered.


“Therefore, both committees commit to providing updates to leagues and clubs as the process progresses; and remain mindful of the difficulties faced by clubs at present. Further information will follow in due course.”


Project Non-League built-up a head of steam in the final week before the surveys were returned to the FA. Hopefully it will have been enough to convince a solid majority that points per game over the last two season, without relegation, was the way to go.


Then, of course, it has to get past the FA Council, which doesn’t exactly fill you full of confidence!

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