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Could Being a Sports Club Be The Way Forward

Benfleet A1

Hector Of The House
Jan 19, 2007
Slade Prison
It seems a popular concept in many parts of Europe and it seems to work very well for the likes of Red Star, Partizan and Dynamo Zegrab. I only found out today that Barcelona and Bayern Munich were sports clubs rather than just football clubs so I was wondering, could it work here. As an example, what if Southend United Football Club joined forces with Southend Rugby Club and maybe the local Basketball team and Athletics club. Pool all their resources under one banner rather than singular groups.

What do you think?