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Category Archives: Crisis Club
It is perfect timing really – a week before the AGM cup Aldershot is taken over by their fans. Whilst this will, sadly, confirm Stockport County are relegated it is certainly good news for fans of the London based club. … Continue reading
Regular readers of my blog (all four of you) will have noticed that one high profile club going through the process of becoming a fan owned club has remained off topic. This isn’t for any I-hate-this-club-because-of-x reasons nor is it … Continue reading
On a previous blog post I tried to look at the reasons why many fans choose not to join a supporters’ trust (ST) at large clubs. The main conclusions drawn from this are that fans don’t know what STs are … Continue reading
Both Northwich Victoria and the new 1874 Northwich have had fairly important weeks but for completely different reasons.
Barry put five past last year’s Welsh Football League Division One winners Cambrian & Clydach in a dominant display but events off the pitch are still a threat to their very existence.
In the recent vote on forming a breakaway Northwich side, 97% of fans voted in favour. A new fan owned club is born.
The Supporters run the club and it doesn’t cost the chairman a penny, what could go wrong? We find out at Barry Town FC.