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No goals Bangor

Another disappointing performance by the Blues. If they can’t win at home against a club like Connah’s Quay they have little hope of staying in the top league at the end of the season. They are currently 11th, not good enough for salvation.

Their only hope, it would seem, is to join in the political campaign to scrap the changes the Welsh FA are proposing to the league structure. Perhaps they would be better off putting their collective energies into that ‘cos clearly they haven’t any energy for their campaign on the pitch. They could hardly have less success.

Perhaps a call to their local Assembly Member, sports minister Alun Ffred Jones might be a useful start. He might be persuaded to pressure the league officials to change their proposals. On second thought with his experience on ‘C’mon Midfield’ he could perhaps combine his political career with a coaching one. After all many of the successful clubs in Spain and Italy are run by politicians.

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