FAW and clubs reject Welsh Premier League expansion

Published date: 15 December 2016 |
Published by: Gavin Grosvenor
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THE Football Association of Wales (FAW) council has rejected a motion to increase the Dafabet Welsh Premier to 16 clubs from 2017/18.

The council met in Cwmbran this week where councillors, including Central Wales' elected, co-opted and life members, rejected the proposal.

The FAW rejection follows a club chairman vote which saw the majority of the league's 12 chairmen vote to continue with the current format.

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