One Positive And Many Negatives For Truro City

It took until the first match of October, but at least the players of Truro City have something to be proud of this evening. A 2-1 win against Bath City at Treyew Road lift the team, which was docked ten points earlier this season after collapsing into administration, into a points tally for the season. They remain at the foot of the Blue Square Bet South table, but at the moment, as has been documented on these pages before, at the time of writing the clubs league position is more or less the last of the clubs worries, and the end of last week the Football Conference was finally provoked into action by the desperateness of the clubs position.The Administrator and her Advisor have been advised by the Football Conference that, to be guaranteed the Club’s continued membership of the Competition, the Football Conference Board requires the Administrator to satisfy certain criteria by 5.00pm on Thursday 11th October 2012. An offer for the club is now on the table from the clubs former manager Steve Massey. Massey, who managed the club between 2004 and 2006, seems unlikely to be able to act alone in saving the club, and he has called upon others that have expressed an interest in buying the club to come together to work with him to form a consortium with a view to saving the...

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