|Last updated: 10 December 2013
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10 December 2013
Having been told that the problem entering team details on Full Time would be resolved today, the Fixtures Secretary has just tried it out and the system appears to be working properly
After entering the Referees and Sportsmanship marks, you then press "Update" and when the screen refreshes and you are able to click on "Statistics" and enter team details.
If you still have problems, please try again tomorrow Wednesday and let me know if it still does not work.
09 December 2013
Below you will find mention of a recent problem with Full Time. A similar note was placed on the site early last week
Despite these notes League officers have received many e-mails from clubs saying that they were having a problem and did not know what to do. When told a note regarding this was on the web site many clubs have said that they no-longer look at the web site but go straight to full time.
The question therefore needs to be asked "Given that the League are now using Full Time, does the web site serve any useful purpose".
It takes a considerable amount of time to keep the site updated with information and if clubs are no longer looking at it this is a waste of time that can be spent doing other things.
If anyone has any comments please contact the editor
Messages regarding the Full Time problem were also posted on Twitter and as so many clubs have contacted officers, it is also apparent that not every club subscribes to that service.
This matter will be raised at the Half Yearly meeting on Thursday 09 January 2014
08 December 2013
Senior Division Report
Reserve Division Report
Under 21 Division Report
08 December 2013
Full Time Problem Work Around
One of our more enterprising clubs has discovered a work-around to the problem some clubs with two teams in our League are experiencing entering their team details onto the Full Time site.
If you enter the Referees Marks and Sportsmanship Marks for both opposition teams first, you are then able to get onto the site to enter your own teams details.
07 December 2013
The E.O.F.L will be playing the Kent County League at Rochester United F.C. on 11 December 2013
A match is also being arranged against the Suffolk and Ipswich League on 19 February but the venue is not yet known.
03 December 2013
Essex Premier Cup Shock
Southminster St. Leonards have been charged by the ECFA with playing an ineligible player in their third round tie at home to White Notley.
The League are advised that they are pleading guilty to the charge which means that Manford Way will now be at home to White Notley in the fourth round.
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