Are sorry Chesterfield heading for a third relegation in four seasons?

28 December 2019 09:00
National League club are in danger of falling into the sixth tier, with fans losing patience and the owner unable to a buyerChesterfield’s stadium is clean and handsome with a capacity of 10,504 and in recent memory delirious crowds were roaring the Spireites into the League One play-offs; but no amount of solid architecture can distract from the gloom within.In mid-December Chesterfield hosted Notts County in the FA Trophy at the Proact Stadium but only 595 home fans turned up. The attendance of 931 marked the club’s lowest since 1936. Chesterfield’s 1-0 defeat damned them to five straight home losses, a sequence the club has recorded only once before. Three years after competing in League One, Chesterfield are 22nd in the National League and in danger of a third relegation in four years. Related: ‘It is an absolute travesty’: Chesterfield's fall from Football League | David Conn Continue full article

Source: TheGuardian