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I suspect the journalist has heard that the NL is likely to void the season but has then made a false assumption about what this means for promotion and relegation.
 

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Current leaders Barrow, along with second placed Harrogate Town, would be promoted to League Two, while Fylde and Chorley would be relegated to the National League North.
i could imagine this would lead to court cases
why only 2 down?
 

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The FL won't accept 2 new members of they're not going to relegate anybody.

Saying that, Barrow are the likely champions and Harrogate are the strongest of the rest, and would be my favourites to win the play offs, if they took place. :cool:
 

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The FL won't accept 2 new members of they're not going to relegate anybody.

Saying that, Barrow are the likely champions and Harrogate are the strongest of the rest, and would be my favourites to win the play offs, if they took place. :cool:
Will they rip up their fake pitch or will they do a Sutton?
 

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If they end the season the top 2 should go up.

However, why are they asking to end the season when the FL have shown no inclination (to date) to do so.

So on that basis Maidenhead are going to be relegated despite having a game in hand on ebbsfleet and would go above them with a draw?
 

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If they end the season the top 2 should go up.

However, why are they asking to end the season when the FL have shown no inclination (to date) to do so.

So on that basis Maidenhead are going to be relegated despite having a game in hand on ebbsfleet and would go above them with a draw?
Maidenhead would stay up on PPG.
 

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For me the fairest way to end the season is PPG. I can also understand why the National League have called it off early as most teams will run on 44 week contracts until the end of April.

If the FL decide to keep Stevenage up, then Barrow will probably be promoted anyway to fill their quota of 24 teams.

EDIT - Since I was bored, here's how the league would look if decided by Points per Game
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