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Embracing the national league

Tommy2holes

Life President
Joined
Jan 21, 2007
Messages
8,170
OK so it's not confirmed but let's be honest with ourselves. Todays results have all but sealed our fate.

Southend United football club will be playing non league next season.

I am annoyed at Ron for the way he has run the club for years. Its embarrassingly bad management that has led us to this point. Poor managerial choices, contract offers and grand designs without the funds.

I am upset for the fans of our club. We are a really well supported club at this level and stick by the club through thin and thinner. We won't surrender our support or our love of Sufc.

The national league is a new league a new challenge and an adventure of sorts.

I am however disappointed that the national league has become a farce. No relegation, clubs furloughing players and playing youth teams or not playing at all. We deserve relegation but surely the integrity of the promotion clubs is being called into question.
 
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