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Should the FA let 3 teams up from the Conference?

Should the FA let 3 teams up from the Conference?


Request to FA to allow 3 teams to be promoted to League 2

We all know football is changing, but it's not just at the top in the likes of the Premier League and Championship.

The Football Conference, the top flight of non-league football, has became one of the toughest leagues in the world to get out of. The division is now made up of 14 ex-Football League clubs.

Many of the teams promoted in the past such as Doncaster, Exeter and Carlisle have achieved double promotions because the standard of football is higher than in League 2.

Of course this would benefit football at a grassroots level giving teams more to play for and increasing the chance of success.

With a new FA chairman coming soon and the Conference stronger than ever despite its neglect from the Premier League, it is the perfect time to make the voices of the foundations of English Football heard.

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Writer:Site staff
Date:Wednesday June 2 2010
Time: 9:47AM

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My only problem with this is that it means three would have to go down out of League Two . .
herringthorpe
02/06/2010 09:56:00
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