Worcester City
#1

Nice article here from the Football Supporters Association website on Worcester City's rebirth as the latest "Fans owned club".  Despite old rivalries and pie-chucking it's hard not to wish them well!

https://thefsa.org.uk/news/worcester-cit...wned-club/
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#2

Yes. Different circumstances, but could easily have been us going into freefall.
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#3

I work with someone heavily involved in this fans takeover, they deserve a lot of credit for the amount of time and effort they have put in despite many setbacks.

A bit like us, however our eventual outcome was better if not more protracted!
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#4

Hope they get back to where they belong sooner rather than later!
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#5

Unlucky Worcester City, on losing in the FA Vase Semi Final. They won the First Leg, 1 - 0 at home, to Essex side Great Wakering Rovers. Today in the Second Leg, they lost out in a penalty shootout, ending the Wembley Final Dream.
Can imagine the dissapointment they are going through, after our Wembley heartbreak in 1997. At least Worcester have the small consolation of having won the League.

Andrew Adebowale, Hannah, Hoskins, Kirkup, Mainwaring, Tucker, Wollen.
 Danny ANDREW, Jake ANDREWS.
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#6

it's in Shoeburyness. Amazed that they didn't make it to Wembley.

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#7

I might be wrong but i am being advised by trust and season ticket holders, this is not totally correct, they have a main beneficiary who has pumped in a load of money this season.

Saying that i hope they do well as it would be great to play them again
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#8

Correct. The fans handed back to new chairman beginning of season

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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