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    Results so far this weekend

    NL 0-10 Magic
    WB 6-1 Charlestown

    New Lambton cop double digits again
    Konjarski on fire for the Bay 11 goals in 4 games jets girls seems to have clicked now in the squad they played well last night Davis a stand out

    Will be in attendance for the Maitland Adamstown game today Thinking Maitland will get a big result

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Thang View Post
    NL 0-10 Magic
    WB 6-1 Charlestown

    New Lambton cop double digits again
    Konjarski on fire for the Bay 11 goals in 4 games jets girls seems to have clicked now in the squad they played well last night Davis a stand out

    Will be in attendance for the Maitland Adamstown game today Thinking Maitland will get a big result
    Well there was plenty of goals in it, 7-5 Iím happy it finished In Maitlandís favour but it was stressful, the neutrals would have enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onlooker View Post
    Well there was plenty of goals in it, 7-5 I’m happy it finished In Maitland’s favour but it was stressful, the neutrals would have enjoyed it.
    No one should enjoy these results.
    NNSW have failed in the development of the game in general.
    Remove the tag of WPL because with the results as is it is NOT a Premier league.
    NNSW need to focus on developing the game rather than treating it as a cash cow, these players deserve better from NNSW and they simply aren't getting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travellingman View Post
    No one should enjoy these results.
    NNSW have failed in the development of the game in general.
    Remove the tag of WPL because with the results as is it is NOT a Premier league.
    NNSW need to focus on developing the game rather than treating it as a cash cow, these players deserve better from NNSW and they simply aren't getting it.
    Finally, someone says it!!!

    Youíve got teams with a 60K player budget vs a 10K player budget, it will never be a even playing ground.
    The youth getting a game are playing for the teams losing 10-0, how is this good for development?

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    Quote Originally Posted by travellingman View Post
    Remove the tag of WPL because with the results as is it is NOT a Premier league.
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    They did remove the tag WPL and gave it the tag WNPL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goatscheese View Post
    They did remove the tag WPL and gave it the tag WNPL
    WPL WNPL doesn't matter
    The main part I was getting across is that it is NOT a Premier League.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travellingman View Post
    No one should enjoy these results.
    NNSW have failed in the development of the game in general.
    Remove the tag of WPL because with the results as is it is NOT a Premier league.
    NNSW need to focus on developing the game rather than treating it as a cash cow, these players deserve better from NNSW and they simply aren't getting it.
    No one said "enjoying the results", @onlooker is right the game was very entertaining to watch. Maitland had their first grade keeper out and the reserve grade keeper did an admirable job as a replacement but a couple of goals could be attributed to her technique and Adamstown have an excellent keeper in Liv but under the coaching she plays more at centre back and a couple of goals came from her being chipped playing so high. There are definitely not enough quality players for an 8 team competition but the top 6 teams in WNPL are high quality and deserve to be playing in a Premier Competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bull fighter View Post
    No one said "enjoying the results", @onlooker is right the game was very entertaining to watch. Maitland had their first grade keeper out and the reserve grade keeper did an admirable job as a replacement but a couple of goals could be attributed to her technique and Adamstown have an excellent keeper in Liv but under the coaching she plays more at centre back and a couple of goals came from her being chipped playing so high. There are definitely not enough quality players for an 8 team competition but the top 6 teams in WNPL are high quality and deserve to be playing in a Premier Competition.
    Can a 6 team comp qualify as a premier comp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAPDADDY View Post
    Can a 6 team comp qualify as a premier comp?
    I'm not sure. It's the same with the boys NPL only 4-6 teams could realistically take out the competition the rest are making up the numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bull fighter View Post
    I'm not sure. It's the same with the boys NPL only 4-6 teams could realistically take out the competition the rest are making up the numbers.
    Interesting... speaking of bottom teams. Jets w head coach got the boot and apparently going to NL??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAPDADDY View Post
    Interesting... speaking of bottom teams. Jets w head coach got the boot and apparently going to NL??
    Unless the ex Jets coach brings a magic wand, not sure what signing her at NL does for their program?. I am also not sure the people there are that stupid to waste anymore money on it. Idiots can say what they want. Warners Bay have bought the comp in 2022, NL did the same in 2019. Magic not far off last year and this. The rest can plan their end of season trips.
    They are simply not good enough. Everyone who has said that this thing is a mile away from being anything Premier is spot on. Two or three teams and the rest are lambs in a lion's den. Tough to watch at the best of times unless you sit so far left you can actually build a case to call it quality. Northern are taking the piss.

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    You seem to be in the know. What happened to NL director of womens football Andy Roberts? Wouldíve thought weíd see some improvements to the program with him around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAPDADDY View Post
    Interesting... speaking of bottom teams. Jets w head coach got the boot and apparently going to NL??
    Did She get the boot as a result from the meeting on Saturday?

    Does anyone know what came of that meeting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by travellingman View Post
    WPL WNPL doesn't matter
    The main part I was getting across is that it is NOT a Premier League.
    Itís not a premier league because clubs donít treat it as one because they donít want to spend a $$ you see the teams that invest in their womens programs weather itís players or coaches they benefit and play good football whatís stopping NL from spending a $ and getting them selves a couple jets players

    Mid north are paying 400 per game to both the keeper and Brewer I donít see them winning much when those girls come in but still.

    Itís no different to the men the teams that invest you can see the benefits look at Zane at magic that team is super young playing great football then you look at Adamstown probs paying no one anything with a coach no one knows and they get pumped itís just the times we live in have to spend a $$ to be successful but only works in some circumstances

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Thang View Post
    It’s not a premier league because clubs don’t treat it as one because they don’t want to spend a $$ you see the teams that invest in their womens programs weather it’s players or coaches they benefit and play good football what’s stopping NL from spending a $ and getting them selves a couple jets players

    Mid north are paying 400 per game to both the keeper and Brewer I don’t see them winning much when those girls come in but still.

    It’s no different to the men the teams that invest you can see the benefits look at Zane at magic that team is super young playing great football then you look at Adamstown probs paying no one anything with a coach no one knows and they get pumped it’s just the times we live in have to spend a $$ to be successful but only works in some circumstances
    How much are Warners Bay paying for their Jets trio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Thang View Post
    Itís not a premier league because clubs donít treat it as one because they donít want to spend a $$ you see the teams that invest in their womens programs weather itís players or coaches they benefit and play good football whatís stopping NL from spending a $ and getting them selves a couple jets players

    Mid north are paying 400 per game to both the keeper and Brewer I donít see them winning much when those girls come in but still.

    Itís no different to the men the teams that invest you can see the benefits look at Zane at magic that team is super young playing great football then you look at Adamstown probs paying no one anything with a coach no one knows and they get pumped itís just the times we live in have to spend a $$ to be successful but only works in some circumstances
    Im sure Magic are paying , good coin to the ex edgy boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bull fighter View Post
    How much are Warners Bay paying for their Jets trio.
    I wouldnít have a clue and itís doesnít matter if NL offered them same money and they went there people would say they bought the comp

    I think itís a bit of my team is losing so letís just say everyone else is buying the comp
    Maitland and Magic havenít lost yet what are their budgets for players ?

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    None of you have a clue as to what is happening at NL (either today or from when we entered the comp) and your comments prove this adequately.

    The club has a plan in place to develop young talent - itís a 3-5 year strategy - similar to Adamstown but without the direct feeder line into the Jets. We have Clayton Zane and Leon Davis assisting us achieving the plan and we know this year it will be tough and have put our faith in developing MacKenzie - the only female head coach left in the comp. Our girls know it will be tough and we have a plan around supporting them while we ride it out.

    Money wise - the budget is higher than it was when we won the comp and the same as last year - when we dumped proper coin each game paying 4 players not to win a game. Doesnít add up.

    NL is a development club - in both gender codes. We learned our lesson after the 2019 WPL season. Never have we begrudged any club for buying players or taking a path different to our own.

    If anyone is interested to hear NLís strategy for the club, drop me line on Club Facebook page - only too happy to catchup and tell it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Dawson View Post
    None of you have a clue as to what is happening at NL (either today or from when we entered the comp) and your comments prove this adequately.

    The club has a plan in place to develop young talent - itís a 3-5 year strategy - similar to Adamstown but without the direct feeder line into the Jets. We have Clayton Zane and Leon Davis assisting us achieving the plan and we know this year it will be tough and have put our faith in developing MacKenzie - the only female head coach left in the comp. Our girls know it will be tough and we have a plan around supporting them while we ride it out.

    Money wise - the budget is higher than it was when we won the comp and the same as last year - when we dumped proper coin each game paying 4 players not to win a game. Doesnít add up.

    NL is a development club - in both gender codes. We learned our lesson after the 2019 WPL season. Never have we begrudged any club for buying players or taking a path different to our own.

    If anyone is interested to hear NLís strategy for the club, drop me line on Club Facebook page - only too happy to catchup and tell it.
    I thought NL won same games last year once Jones left? Sounds like slowly heading in the right directionJetw coach would be a massive bonus for you in developing players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Dawson View Post
    None of you have a clue as to what is happening at NL (either today or from when we entered the comp) and your comments prove this adequately.

    The club has a plan in place to develop young talent - it’s a 3-5 year strategy - similar to Adamstown but without the direct feeder line into the Jets. We have Clayton Zane and Leon Davis assisting us achieving the plan and we know this year it will be tough and have put our faith in developing MacKenzie - the only female head coach left in the comp. Our girls know it will be tough and we have a plan around supporting them while we ride it out.

    Money wise - the budget is higher than it was when we won the comp and the same as last year - when we dumped proper coin each game paying 4 players not to win a game. Doesn’t add up.

    NL is a development club - in both gender codes. We learned our lesson after the 2019 WPL season. Never have we begrudged any club for buying players or taking a path different to our own.

    If anyone is interested to hear NL’s strategy for the club, drop me line on Club Facebook page - only too happy to catchup and tell it.
    Unfortunately all we ever hear is propaganda from you and it would be useless having any type of conversation. You have had a procession of sacking players and coaches over the last couple of seasons so how could anyone join your club with any confidence?


    The shambles that is NL Women's Football today lies squarely on the shoulders of the Football Manager & President and is unlikely to improve for a very long time.

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