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    AIL League 'Summit' Meetings

    Surprised no-one has posted up about the latest on the AIL.

    A set of 3 meetings for fans etc have been set up for the end of Jan/start of Feb in Belfast, Dublin and Dundalk. Strange to incoude Dundalk but not Cork in there to be honest. Good to see them looking beyond the east coast....

    The dates and details are below.

    Not a wise move by them to schedule the Belfast meeting on the same night that there are IL games- with Glentoran hosting Glenavon and Linfield away at Larne (plus Ards at home). The Belfast meeting will be the most hostile for them so I'd like to think they scheduled it strategically to avoid some angry fans. But chances are they just didn't bother their holes to check if there were any games on.

    Good to see Lucid continuing to push this idea, but they're going to have to start offering some proper detail on the funding streams etc soon if they want to keep the idea genuinely live.


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    Yeah I saw that but I kind of just ignored it as he just seems to be waffling now. No details = no chance

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    Not only have they scheduled fans meeting when there are matches on, they have scheduled the players and coaches section at a day and time when if not playing a match, nearly every club runs a training session.

    It goes to show that the people promoting this really haven't done their homework. They were rightly criticised for not doing detail when they launched their campaign in October, and this confirms they still haven't grasped the basics.

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