PREMIER LEAGUE LOOKING TO REJECT FAN-LED REVIEW
FLURRY OF COMINGS AND GOINGS AT PLAINMOOR The almost inevitable backlash against the Fan-Led Review, from many who should know better, didn’t take long to surface kicked off by Aston Villa CEO Christian Purslow when he stated, “Everything good in English football sits in the Premier League.” And proclaiming it is the ‘golden goose’. In last week’s Non-League Paper column I wrote that the review’s recommendations rec
FAN-LED REVIEW - A HUGE STEP FORWARD?
“THAT’S ANOTHER FINE MESS YOU’VE GOTTEN US INTO GARY” The much awaited and anticipated Fan-Led Review report was published last week a full 162 pages with 47 recommendations. Tracey Crouch MP’s review of football governance is based on evidence from hundreds of supporters’ groups, including submissions from TUST. It is a thorough, comprehensive report outlining the vital changes that football has been crying out for, for the
ON - FIELD FORM HAS FANS ASKING ‘ WHAT ARE CLARKE OSBORNE’S OBJECTIVE FOR THIS SEASON ?' We’ve all come to accept, maybe reluctantly for some, that we live in different times, whether that be due to Covid related circumstances, ‘wokeism’, inappropriate comments from times gone by or something else. These are baffling times too if you follow Torquay United.
Last season it seemed like no expense was spared in the quest for the promised land - the Football League -
WREXHAM CEO SAYS SORRY FOR CROWD TROUBLE BUT SILENCE FROM NATIONAL LEAGUE With United out of the FA Cup at the early stages, once again, it was a blankety blank Saturday for Gulls’ fans who dream of the day when Torquay get a plum, money spinning draw in Round 3 helping the club to open its cheque book and pen. Think of the excitement when the relevant balls are taken out of the velvet bag; oh well, we’ll just have to wait another year. United’s victors from the