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DB9

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Brechin City will play next season in The Highland League.
They had wanted to join the Lowland League but that was unanimously objected to by all 17 clubs in that league,despite a reported offer of £1000 to each team for the away fixture at Glebe Park.
So will Brechin have a chance or bouncing back next season? I know a few NDG members who will be peeved off that they've been relegated, Plus side, Some new beautifully located stadiums to visit.
 

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I might be misremembering but it all seemed to go wrong at Brechin when they let Rory McAllister go. He had a great scoring record at Brechin for a couple of seasons, then went to Peterhead and bagged a load.
 

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It doesn’t rain it pours for Fort William FC.

The Highland League have decided that all of The Forts games scheduled for Claggan Park will be played at opponents grounds for the 21/22 season !

Bizarrely a complaint from ‘a concerned member of the public’ was received by the Highland League Committee about the condition of the pitch,triggering a inspection of Claggan Park last Friday.
The pitch had drainage installed during the long lay off in 20/21,which makes the present scenario all the more stranger.
This could be terminal for the club.
 

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It doesn’t rain it pours for Fort William FC.

The Highland League have decided that all of The Forts games scheduled for Claggan Park will be played at opponents grounds for the 21/22 season !

Bizarrely a complaint from ‘a concerned member of the public’ was received by the Highland League Committee about the condition of the pitch,triggering a inspection of Claggan Park last Friday.
The pitch had drainage installed during the long lay off in 20/21,which makes the present scenario all the more stranger.
This could be terminal for the club.
Something fishy going on there Olds, A (One) complaint and this happens?
 

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Something fishy going on there Olds, A (One) complaint and this happens?
It all seems very odd.Can’t see how they can survive without the takings from home games & the clubhouse.
Some teams will be happy because Fort William is not easy to travel to in comparison to most teams in the HL.
 
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