As I have said more than once already; you can tighten up eligibility rules as much as you like but if the eligibility or not of an individual player lies in the interpretation of legal documents dating back forty years then you still have that problem.John Reyes wrote:All I want is that how did they made that decision and also how they will tight up the eligibility
and for the ecf to answer alan question in public!!
they no point of bringing this as a motion to the meeting as it will not been heard till april meeting as least
I have also said more than once that Alex Holowczak (already one of the busiest men in chess - if I tried to keep up with his work rate I'd probably collapse from nervous exhaustion, but that's an aside) has spent considerable time this year collating a bale of papers relating to this dispute. I am sure he could arrange for at least some of these papers to be released providing they are not deemed confidential; at which point interested parties could examine them. You state yourself that he answered your question on request. I see no reason why he should feel obliged to post on an official forum and face mob justice, as you seem to be suggesting.
Finally you might want to consider that with no controller there is no county championships at all. The new controller is one of the rising stars of chess administration and will do a great job (and certainly a better one than the slightly plodding current controller has done) but I rather hope he is not reading this thread.