How do you save a football club from Administration?

Following on from Graham Clark’s interview we spoke with his successor as head of the Plymouth Argyle Fans Trust, former Club President Chris Webb.

We convene just days after fellow Devon side Torquay United are placed on the verge of Administration but it is never the less a timely reminder of those dark days we faced as a club. We’ll discuss how the Fans Trust, PASOTI and the Green Taverners came together as once, a chance meeting with Kevin Heaney and his wild plans, The Argyle Vigil, Peter Risdale’s help and hindrance, being introduced to James Brent and persuading him to save the club.

We move on to him jumping from one side of the table to the other; becoming Honorary Club President, beginning to understand internal decisions and his speech at Wembley in front of sixty-odd thousand.

Then we’ll talk all things Torquay and how we as a collective can help them through their own fight against Administration; Fans United and the collective fan power, wether football has an ownership problem – and how do we avoid it, Politics within the sport AND how Unionism can help.