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From The Two Unfortunates

TwoUnfortunates21 March ~ The model of fan ownership is regularly seen as the answer to a struggling club's problems. However, that may not always be the case. When a consortium of wealthy fans took over Torquay United in 2007 things began to improve but since 2011 complacency seems to have set in at Plainmoor. James Bennett, on The Two Unfortunates blog, wonders whether the board need to stop running the club like fans and start looking at it like a business to survive.

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