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The Ryman League has officially announced it's proposals to restructure the League in a press release last night. As expected, the release stated that a the meeting on the 29th of December at Harrow Borough, the clubs voted largely in favour of replacing the current structure with a premier division, fed by two regional division ones and a division two.
The release stated that the changes will take place at the end of this season, but are still subject to sanction by the F.A, but proposals for how the changes will take place have not yet been put forward to the clubs and will not be until the AGM in June 2001.
League Chairman Alan Turvey said in the press release "The only concern of the Ryman Football League and its clubs is to what is right for the good of the game as a whole. The FA clearly feels strongly that the National Game should have a structure that is fair to all clubs, players and fans. This move places out clubs on an equal footing with those in other parts of the country."