Post by CaptainBayliner on Apr 7, 2012 21:08:53 GMT 10
AuburnFC has commented he doesn't care about PFC because of his increased player fees. You try to turn it into something ridiculous like his boy got cut, rather egotistical and presumptuous of you don't you think? He doesn't even have boys nor kids old enough to kick a ball.
So you don't like the fact you got owned and decided to have a swipe at yours truly.
Post by CaptainBayliner on Apr 21, 2012 10:59:40 GMT 10
The matter you refer has been dealt with according to due process and I strongly suggest you drop it especially since it is an off topic matter.
Perhaps if assoc players fees weren't taxed by way of rego and PFC stood on it's own feet financially without forced association players assistance players might feel differently.
PFC's first grade is yet to score a goal this season and your u/20's have scored 1 in 3 matches. In 540 minutes of football they have one goal between 1st's and u/20's. Hardly the type of results that will have people flocking through the gates. PFC V Apia is a battle of the cellar dwellers and hardly worth $15 bucks to watch.
I'm a big fan and friend of Kabsy so I hope he changes things for PFC. Kabs should be about injury free by now.
Best of luck.
Of course we respect your opinion no matter how stupid it is!
Post by CaptainBayliner on Apr 27, 2012 13:45:54 GMT 10
Time for an update since the OP is gone. Let's see how your rego fees are going supporting Parra FC and how the new partnership between Parra FC and the feeder clubs from Hills brumbies and Granville rage are going shall we...
After 4 rounds the first grade NSWPL table looks like this.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles 12 South Coast Wolves 9 Blacktown City FC 8 Marconi Stallions 7 Sydney United 58 FC 7 Sydney Olympic 7 Sutherland Sharks 5 Blacktown Spartans 4 APIA Leichhardt Tigers 3 Manly United FC 2 Parramatta FC 1 Rockdale City Suns 1
So let's look at the club championship which is a combination of U/18's, U/20's and first grade.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles 71 Blacktown City FC 70 Marconi Stallions FC 68 South Coast Wolves 59 Sutherland Sharks 55 Sydney United 58 FC 46 Sydney Olympic 44 Blacktown Spartans 34 Manly United FC 26 Rockdale City Suns 20 APIA Leichhardt Tigers 19 Parramatta FC 16
last place ....
Now let's look at how the new you beaut partnership feeder clubs (Hills Brumbies and Granville Rage) are going in the NSW Super League. The feeder clubs that only take players with NSW Premier League or NSW Super League experience.
1 Northern Tigers 11 2 Bankstown Berries FC 10 3 Spirit FC 9 4 Macarthur Rams 7 5 Fraser Park FC 7 6 Mounties Wanderers 6 7 Sydney University 6 8 Bankstown City Lions 4 9 St George FC 3 10 Dulwich Hill 3 11 Hills Brumbies 3 12 Granville Rage 3
1 Northern Tigers 12 2 Spirit FC 12 3 Bankstown Berries FC 12 4 Fraser Park FC 7 5 Macarthur Rams 7 6 St George FC 6 7 Mounties Wanderers 6 8 Sydney University 6 9 Bankstown City Lions 4 10 Dulwich Hill 3 11 Hills Brumbies 1 12 Granville Rage 0
Last and second last in both grades.
Future is looking bright based on these stats. Looks like another stellar year for these trio of clubs. I can hear the champagne corks popping and celebrations well under way already ...
Perhaps it's time before the coffers empty to hand back that NSWPL licence to people who don't draw on social players fees to float something which is obviously unsuccesful and a drain on the associations resources...
Interestingly, 3 of the top 5 in those Super League tables in both grades (and technically 4 if you count Berries who recently signed an agreement with Bankstown Assoc) are Association-backed sides: Nth Tigers (KDSA), Spirit FC (GHFA) and Macarthur
Interestingly GDFSA supported teams are last or second last
I know there was that announcement about the pathways and all that, but I'm not sure that GDSFA actually provide any financial or other support to Rage or Brumbies?
Either way, there is nothing saying it can't work. Blacktown Spartans are a full association club, got promoted last year and are holding their own in PL. It just comes down to how it is handled/run. Spartans put a lot of thought and plannign into building what seems to be a quite succesful and well run club.