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I don't have much to say today, except to inform you that if you have a player who has been out injured for any length of time, and they have been claiming insurance payments, do they know of the Durham County and the Football Association Benevolent Funds which could supplement any payments in cases of hardship?
For further information contact Durham County Football Association.
Confirming with Officials
I find it difficult to understand that, after four months of the season, Bob Sinclair is informed that a club only informs the referee of match arrangements, and doesn't inform the assistant referees of the appointments.
I think referees that act as assistants at matches and are not informed of the match arrangements, are also at fault as they should be informing the League so that we can guide clubs, and referees, to the correct procedures for match confimation.
I am not aiming this critisism at all clubs or referees, but, if you have been at fault in the past, now is the time to ask the questions and be pointed in the right direction.
As for the remainder of clubs, it is a sad indictment of modern day eleven a side Saturday adult football when players show no interest other than pulling on a pair of football boots to play, with no thought of what goes on behind the scenes to get their game of football up and running.