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Re: The Future

By geemickey26/12/2022 21:17Mon Dec 26 21:17:32 2022In response to Re: The Future

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Hendon, like most local non-league clubs, are not short of ideas. Most can trot out a list similar to NA23's.
The underlying shortage is with volunteers to implement the numerous ideas.

Many of the ideas would undoubtedly be effective. In truth, most really successful clubs tend to have a wealthy backer who is happy to spend some (a lot) of his money on 'his' club. Most supporters are happy for someone else to fund their hobby. The other obvious alternative is a lucrative cup run which can set up a club for a few seasons.

What would be a very positive and good starting point would be a few ideas from NA23, or anyone else, on how to attract Volunteers to Hendon FC and other non-league clubs, even if only to relieve Chairmen & committee members from the day to day work involved in running a club at this level.

The average age of supporters at this level is probably 55+, many of whom don't want to get involved beyond going to watch a game of football.
Now, what's the answer ?

Edited by geemickey at 22:09:14 on 26th December 2022
Edited by geemickey at 22:09:33 on 26th December 2022

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