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Re: Meanwhile in AFC Wimbleland

By Paddy (Paddy1)26/11/2019 18:58Tue Nov 26 18:58:44 2019In response to Meanwhile in AFC Wimbleland

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"A number of options have been presented to the 3,000 members of the Trust, which include selling part of the club to outside investors, although, crucially, they would retain the right to veto relocating the team, selling the stadium, changing the badge, colours or club name."

I wont pretend I'm anything other than 100% anti-womble but I've got to say it would be such a massive shame if they didn't remain entirely fan owned as they intended to be from the start. For some people (not me of course lol) it is the last shred of credibility they have held on too since transforming into another normal run of the mill football league corporation from the pioneer high profile phoenix club they used to be (they're not a phoenix club, but I use the media's loose phrasing of the term), which in all honesty genuinely inspired a lot of other supporters in football & beyond to not stand for crap treatment & mismanagement from those running the show.