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Truro City: All The Way From Lemon Quay

Started on 20 May 2014 by Griffo
Latest Reply on 24 September 2014 by Zap
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Now the tough part is signing your players to fulltime contracts, they'll all need to quit there jobs now hahah

hard work starts now
Congratulations on turning professional! Now to tie down those players to full-time contracts....

Treyew Road Expansion Announced

Truro City’s home ground Treyew Road is for expansion with 1,500 seats to be installed within the stadium to meet league requirements.

The expansion is expected to be completed in November with the grounds capacity to be temporarily reduced as one of the stands will be closed during the renovation.
Great commitment to the story mate. Buzzing to see you climb the leagues now!
Loving the story :) Hopefully you'll top the league with a surprise :)
Good to see the stadium getting an improvement . Any news on training or youth facilities?
great work beefing up old Treyew!

Truro Set Up Youth Program

Truro City chairman David Cardoza has announced that the club will be investing money into developing a youth academy.

“Previously the club did not have any youth program set up due to the financial issues it was facing” stated Cardoza. “We have now allocated funding towards setting up a youth program and we will have players in the academy as soon as this season” he added.

Truro’s youth recruitment networking and junior coaching budgets have been increased with the club also building youth facilities which are set for completion in November.
Another step forward for the club, hopefully you can find a real gem through the system
It will be good to see you develop some youth now, good move forward for the club

Etherington Joins Truro Staff

Truro City has signed ex English Premier League player Matthew Etherington as a coach for the upcoming season.

Etherington previously stated in an interview on Soccer AM he would be interested in working for his home town club. Now that Truro has turned professional the opportunity has presented itself for him to be involved.
Wasn't he the gambler?
2014-07-14 06:56#184310 fzemdegs : Wasn't he the gambler?
Yes, I think he bet over 800k
well hes known for his gambling and joining truro in probably one of the biggest hes made :) , good to get him on board though, he'll being great ecperience
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Pugh To Replace Yetton As Truro Captain

Truro has announced that Stewart Yetton will step down as captain with Arran Pugh set to captain the side with Ollie Chenoweth taking over the vice-captaincy from Dan Green. Despite the decision, the 31 year old Yetton will still play for the club this season.

“It is one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make but in the end I am doing what is best for the club” said Yetton. “I have given my entire footballing life to Truro City and if I could go back I wouldn’t change a single moment” he added.

Arran Pugh has played 189 games for Truro with the defender recently signing a new contact despite interest from AFC Wimbledon. “Taking over from Yetts is an honour, he has been a key figure in taking this club to the level it is at today” said Pugh. “He will still play a vital role for the team and I have no doubt in the world he will make an impact during the season” he added.

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