Two Welsh Football Clubs Fail to Regain League Status

By iSportconnect | July 9, 2013

Barry Town United and Llanelli Football Club have seen their attempts to regain Welsh League status dashed by the Football Association of Wales (FAW).

Stuart Lovering, viagra buy owner of Barry Town withdrew the club from the Welsh league in May, allergist but since then a new club has been formed by supporters, who hoped to see the South Wales club regain their status.

However, in June Barry were told they would have to begin life in parks football.

Llanelli FC were demoted to the lowest league of Welsh football due to a £21,000 tax debt and now a FAW council meeting has decided against hearing their cases.

An FAW statement read: “Two-thirds of those eligible to vote at the meeting must agree for standing orders to be suspended in order to receive the new information and reconsider the decision.

“Of the 29 council members present, 15 voted against and 14 voted for standing orders to be suspended.

“As such, the information could not be heard and the previous decision of council, relating to the two clubs, stands.”

Barry’s fans have since started a campaign for the FAW to change their view.