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Re: Next year's "home ground"

By Gary (gekins)2/5/2023 23:35Tue May 2 23:35:29 2023In response to Next year's "home ground"

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I don't think the club need to tell the league anything, as we will presumably be playing at the same place as in 2022/2023, and I doubt there's a requirement to confirm the status quo each year.

I also don't think the club thinks it needs to say anything to the supporters, because we'll presumably be playing in the same place as in 2022/2023.

However, I would disagree. In this video, Mark Anderson says: "Again, I need to emphasise this is not, we hope, for a long period. We've got a year with a rollover into a second year should we need it."

We can all now assume that we're going to be back in Morden next season, but the club is woefully mis-reading the room if it thinks that there's no need to say anything. Crowds are down, enjoyment is down, the budget is down, two managers are down, the team was very nearly down.

Where is the plan to change the trajectory of the club? The Under 18s seem to be doing very well at the moment, but that is almost literally the only news coming out of the club. We are, again, being treated with complete contempt.

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