Muratti sandwich

AS  another  CCL Premier Division weekend bites the dust for GFC, there now seems a real threat of top players being forced to put GFC title or promotion considerations ahead of a Muratti cap.

Alan Constable (Picture by Matt Bunn)
(Picture by Matt Bunn)

AS another  CCL Premier Division weekend bites the dust for GFC, there now seems a real threat of top players being forced to put GFC title or promotion considerations ahead of a Muratti cap.

It now seems likely that the Green Lions will have to play a CCL Premier Division double-header either side of the Muratti Vase final on the May Bank Holiday weekend. ‘I can’t say with total certainty, but there is every chance that Guernsey [FC] will have a game on that Saturday and possibly the Monday too,’ said  the CCL fixture secretary, Alan Constable, pictured, yesterday.

With tomorrow’s scheduled CCL Premier Division match at Footes Lane against Chessington & Hook United confirmed as being off, the CCL will have at least two GFC home matches to re-arrange.

That means that assuming GFC do not reach the FA Vase final and unless the Muratti is moved back a week, Guernsey’s best players could face matches on Saturday 4, Sunday 5 and Monday 6 May.

Comments for: "Muratti sandwich"

GFCFan

So can anyone with any knowledge tell us forgotten fans what is happening at Footes Lane? It would appear to a bystander that quite simply nothing is being done by C&L to fix the situation. I do feel for Shane as I am sure he is as fed-up as anyone else about no games of football in the last two months.

What was contained in this pitch report?

Are the results going to be revealed to those that paid for it, i.e. the tax-payer?

Is any work being done on the pitch to remove the surface water?