THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

As the future of Darlington hangs in the balance this afternoon, we remember slightly better times for the club in June 2007 

South Korea and Portugal built a number of stadiums for major international football tournaments that now sit underused and half-empty on match days, but at least they had their World Cup and Euro days in the sun. In Darlington, the 25,000-seat 96.6 TFM Arena has never been full to capacity and it probably never will be. It's destined to spend its days under the eternal grey clouds of ­England’s fourth division. Read more  

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