Below are details of players who the E.C.F.A. have been given permission for the Essex Olympian Football League to remove their registration and suspended them from the League.
Last Updated: 24 December 2016
Disciplinary Action By The League
The following players have been found guilty of Undesirable Conduct in accordance with the league rules:-
|12 September 2016||David Smith||Debden Sports||Registration removed and cannot register with any club in this league until 01 March 2017|
|15 January 2009||Andrew Shepherd||Mountnessing Boca||Registration removed and cannot register with any club in this league in the future|
|09 October 2008||Craig Smith||Runwell Hospital||Registration removed and cannot register with any club in this league in the future|
Players with Outstanding Debts To Our Clubs
It needs to be made clear that the League IS NOT a debt collecting agency.
There is a procedure laid down in the Essex County F. A. Handbook that tells clubs how to go about suspending players who owe them money.(Section 19).
It is up to clubs when registering a player for the following season to ensure, by checking with the players previous club, that he has fulfilled his obligations to that club. DO NOT TAKE THE PLAYERS WORD FOR IT.
To avoid problems clubs should avoid signing players on on the day of a match. The excuse that the player told the club that he did not owe his previous club any money or had never played for a football club in the past, are not acceptable.
Any club that plays a player who has falsely stated that he has fulfilled his obligations to his previous club will be guilty of playing an ineligible player and dealt with in accordance with League rules.
The League will also not get involved in sorting out disputes between players and clubs regarding outstanding debts
It is important that clubs take note of this, as the responsibility for managing outstanding debts is theirs.