Tomorrow's Western Gazette is expected to produce more revelations concerning the current state of the club and it's future direction, following further interviews with club Chairman John Fry.
Although Ciderspace has yet to see the articles concerned, the major shock news is an indicative claim that the club are looking at posting a 600K loss on this season - a staggering amount given the accumulation of transfer fees from Darren Way, Lee Johnson, Efe Sodje and Luke Oliver along with the contract payoff of former manager Gary Johnson.
Fry also looks to the future and the talked about stadium development plans and claims that he can see a day where Huish Park is full of 12,000 spectators. Fry also talks about the club's plans to forge a partnership with the town council to help push the club forward. Fry also looks to explain why club owner David Webb took his time in putting forward his 'vision' and even then only to around 6-10 supporters.
Full analysis of the interview with John Fry will be on these pages tomorrow as soon as we have had time to digest the quotes and surrounding facts.
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