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Weymouth Football Club have a new owner, just a couple of weeks after it was announced that they would have to enter into administration. Will the arrival of the former Cambridge United chairman George Rolls at The Wessex Stadium finally end to cycle of misery that has been gulfing the club?
Weymouth Football Club might have finally reached the end of the line. The tragedy of Weymouth, however, is likely to be that the town will be left without a football stadium rather than it being temporarily without a football club.
There’s an “R” in the month, so Blue Square South club Weymouth must be having another financial crisis. This time, though, with the chairman and the manager having quit, they’re planning what feels like a last throw of the dice to keep the club alive.
One of the most curious aspects of the ongoing crises at Weymouth Football Club over the last couple of years has been that every time the club has got into trouble, someone has called on “local businessmen” to bail the club out. This line was trotted out again this week by their new incumbent chairman…
Some of you will be familiar with a short story called “The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty”. Written by James Thurber shortly before the start of World War II, it is the story of a downtrodden, middle-aged man who escapes from the drudgery of his life by escaping into the fantasy world of his imagination….
“This was not a football match”, wrote The Non-League Paper’s Chris Dunlavy this morning, “this was a snuff movie”, and never have truer words been spoken. Weymouth Football Club, battered and broken, were forced to field a youth team for their home BSP match against Rushden & Diamonds yesterday, and it was a foregone conclusion…
It never rains but it pours for Weymouth Football Club. There have been unsavoury rumours emanating from the Dorset-based Blue Square Premier club for over two years now, and the club is now fighting for its very life after the collapse of a take-over bid last week. As some you may recall, at the start…