Yeovil town

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paperboy
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Selling the freehold of their ground to the council for a short term cash boost.
Needed to help pay off some debts, but wonder if the rest will end up being flushed down the toilet as they attempt a return to the Football League.
Time will tell.

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Ralph
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Makes you wonder how much they gambled financially when they got to the Champ because they fell back down like a rock
Red Duke
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Ralph wrote: 21 May 2022, 22:07 Makes you wonder how much they gambled financially when they got to the Champ because they fell back down like a rock
Wasn't it more to do with having lots of loan players that caused a change in the rules to limit the number in a match day squad.
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longmover
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Yeovil Town is the only professional football club in Somerset
:lol:

Keeps them fully professional for a few more years I suppose and enables them to kitchen sink an attempt to get back into league two.
RegencyCheltenhamSpa
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longmover wrote: 23 May 2022, 08:49
Yeovil Town is the only professional football club in Somerset
:lol:

Keeps them fully professional for a few more years I suppose and enables them to kitchen sink an attempt to get back into league two.
They’d be better off going part-time and rebuilding.
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