If its true, its very sad news. Though I am not a follower of football I know that many residents are and that many supporters both locally and worldwide will be really heartbroken if the club goes. Having a vibrant football team is good for the town. Southend United also support a number of educational programmes and these really do help. But its still early days and I know that the Council will be as supportive as it can be. I just hope this has not come about in an attempt to replenish the Government’s coffers by putting early or undue pressure on the club.
- The views expressed on this blog are those of Anna Waite and do not represent the views of The Southend Conservative Group or the Conservative Associations.
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