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It’s Not Over. Worcester Vow To Fight On Despite Stadium Set-back

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Worcester City have vowed to fight on after the club’s proposed new stadium suffered a set-back.

Plans for a 4,400 capacity ground have been initially rejected by city planners.

It’s a further issue for the club, who will play in Step 5 next season after voluntary relegation for a club playing in the Vanarama National League North in 2016-17.

But Rob Crean from Worcester City’s supporters’ trust says the famous club will continue to battle as they look to end their exile.

“We put forward the very best application,” Crean said after a meeting.

“Committee members came with pre-prepared statements on why they were refusing.

“It goes back to the meeting in July to look at the reasons for refusal, and to vote again, so there is hope.

“If they vote against it, we will obviously look to appeal.

“They went against the recommendations. We would be successful in an appeal, if it came to that,” he told the Worcester News.

City will play in the Midland League under joint managers John Snape and Lee Hughes.

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