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Mull
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May 17th, 2018, 4:52 am #31

Crab wrote:
Mull wrote: Who’d of thought 15k prize money shared between 22 could unearth such talent....
Having sat with barely 100 other sad punters through quite possibly one of the worst games of football we’d seen in 4..5 years on Saturday (Baysie v ECU) the prize money of $12K is probably $10K too much.
 
There were players on that park that should not be paid to play football. Full stop, end of..period
 
Article 30 - Prize Money
1. The club whose first team finishes in first position will receive $12,000 prize money.
2. The club whose first team finishes in second position will receive $4,000 prize money.
3. The club whose first team finishes in third position will receive $2,000 prize money.
4. The club whose first team finishes in fourth position will receive $1,000 prize money.
Just to be clear..........

The players and staff still get the same as they would always got.....as you say they already getting overs.....considering what they produce on the park and what they give back to grassroots.
The increase prize money would be redirected straight to everyone underneath first team..... (rebates on rego /coach Education ...etc...)
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May 17th, 2018, 5:33 am #32

Paying 3rd and 4th...laughable..again in this country we reward mediocrity..
what a joke..
The Prizemoney should be;
1st past the Post $20,000
Final winners: $15,000
Cup Winners: $10,000
If you want to reward mediocrity then $5,000 for the runner up Final winner.
$50K out of a very big budget wouldnt hurt... I dont see why clubs dont fight for more..
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May 17th, 2018, 5:45 am #33

“I dont see why clubs dont fight for more..” 
lol, you watched an NPL game recently ? you seen the paltry crowds ?
Why should FW cough up more prize money when the clubs and club officials are already bent over the table, trousers down paying some backpacker who had a 2 week trial at Cowdenbeath or Slough Town FC when he was seventeen 3 to 4 hundred sheets PER WEEK to turn up to training twice a week, play a shitty game on the weekend and then go back to going out, banging ugly birds and sleeping.
 
Yeah, increase the prize money, that’ll fix this two bob league….
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May 19th, 2018, 5:35 am #34

Kieron Stallard Cockburn to ECU
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May 22nd, 2018, 6:49 am #35

Kieron Stallard chasing the cash again.
Has any one decent moved?
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May 22nd, 2018, 7:20 am #36

Reehow😿😿
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May 23rd, 2018, 1:40 am #37

Joondalup United ins

Liam Kessel (UWA)
Jamie Gibson (Carramar)
Lee Jones (returned from travelling)
Matt Cherrie (Stirling)
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May 24th, 2018, 7:05 am #38

http://footballwest.com.au/done-deal-np ... yer-moves/

Done deal: NPL WA player moves

With the NPL WA mid-season transfer window now closed, here is the list of player movements which have taken place.

ARMADALE
Ins: Ryan Haslett, Milan Ognjenovic, Friday Zico, Hasan El Yassiri
Outs: Struan Herd, Kevin Castle, Charlie Simpson, Alex Bond, Jonathan Bogoni

BALCATTA
Ins: Alex Wild, Asher Nelson, Robert Del Borrello, Dougal Kindness, Ben Pellizzari, Nicholas Challot
Outs: Mathew Olango, Justin Onek, Dejan Andric, Vasco Da Silva, Daniel Hepworth, Daniel Hepworth, Scott Newland

BAYSWATER CITY
Ins: Ryan Pearson, Moses Kalau, Riley Van Dieken
Outs: Devon Gibson, Jake Melia

ECU JOONDALUP
Ins: Brad McDonald, Keiron Stallard, Samuel Pollard
Outs: Logan McIssac, Jake Jones

FLOREAT ATHENA
Ins: Robert Petkov, Slobodan Vulin, Ahadi Adandelwa
Outs: Jamie Street, Edin Nalic, Carlo Coelho

FORRESTFIELD UNITED
Ins: Jamie Street, Michael Fletcher, Kristian Despotovski
Outs: Mark Barnett, Milan Vulin, Trent Blewett, Callum Roberts

COCKBURN CITY
Ins: Adam Anfuso
Outs: Guy Kalma, Kieron Stallard

INGLEWOOD UNITED
Ins: Jamie Murphy, Patrick Burke
Outs: Steve Burton, Jordan Allen-Rana, Ben Challot

JOONDALUP UNITED
Ins: Lee Jones, Jamie Gibson, Matthew Cherrie
Outs: Alex Wild, Ross Edwards, Luke Serra, Parviz Shizardi, Jake Benson-Cooper

PERTH GLORY
Ins: Sam Riak
Outs: Nick Feely

PERTH SC
Ins: Malek Kuc
Outs: Adam Carlino

SORRENTO
Ins: Joel Prout
Outs: Ryan Pearson, Brad McDonald, Scott Hoyle

STIRLING LIONS
Ins: Daniel Hepworth, Daniel Micevski, Adam Falcone,
Outs: Robert Petkov, Matthew Cherrie, Mitchell Firth, Moses Kalau, Abu Dulleh

SUBIACO
Ins: Manase Abandelwa, Mark Pritchard, Adam Carlino, Jack Painter-Andrews, Mitchell Bath, Jack Bardsley
Outs: Asher Nelson, Albert Luwi, Alex Randell, Steve Purton, Rory Feely, Daniel Pearce, Fanuel Dawit

– Includes players promoted from Under 20s
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May 26th, 2018, 12:51 pm #39

Question fellow posters - does the 'transfer window' also apply for players who play for say a Sunday amateur club (2nd Div) and are asked/want to move to a Saturday NPL or State League club etc.?????
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May 27th, 2018, 4:44 am #40

spuddie wrote: Question fellow posters - does the 'transfer window' also apply for players who play for say a Sunday amateur club (2nd Div) and are asked/want to move to a Saturday NPL or State League club etc.?????
hi spud, hopefully I understand your question and hopefully I think I understand the system....so here goes: the end of June is the "normal" transfer deadline where current (say) Wembley player moves to Dianella or Windmills to Shamrock and so on for whatever reason...
The recent window was only for the NPLWA (senior) lists to be able to get adjusted - usually dictated by the points garbage, the obvious being where a player that was not in the NPLWA list initially then plays more than "x" games in the first team that he must go into the "official" list and so on.
This may need confirmation, but the other possibility is that until June 30th a player can move between clubs/teams outside of the senior NPLWA, e.g. a player may be excelling in u/18s at Inglewood, but struggling to get a show in the 20s, so he gets the opportunity at Cockburn's 20s with a long-shot of senior opportunity by the end of the season, and makes the move before end of June???

I am 100% certain of this however - it was once far, far simpler.....
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