The split in the biggest club BC Tigers caused all this merry go round - Van Utd merged into BC Tigers a few yrs ago & 2 yrs ago left BC tigers to set up their own club again.
PUFC split away and formed their own club just over a year ago and apparently BC tigers tried to take them over but word is the takeover didn,t go thru but BC Tigers have installed their own board . Their coach,s are also claiming to have Metro spots for the next fall season.
PUFC are the rightful owners of their club and no club should be able to take it over if PUFC don,t agree .
BC Soccer cannot and should not allow this to happen
If I read what you are saying is that one club (BCT) effectively tried to take over another club (PUFC) and that failed. But then you said BCT "installed their own board." To where? Has BCT created a club and been accepted as a member of the Surrey Metro Soccer Association and BCSA? You can't "install" a board - constitutionally defined members can vote in board members.