It's all very fishy. The people running the club must be spending a fortune to sustain it at this level playing at Torquay (or running up huge unsustainable debts), yet the fact they were evicted from their own ground at only a few days notice when no one expected it suggests they're being very economical with the truth. As always it's the supporters who will suffer in the end. The proposed new stadium doesn't even have planning permission or the necessary level of funding yet. I reckon it'll take three seasons minimum to get back to Truro even with no further obstacles or setbacks arising. They'd have been better off spending £50-100k bringing a local ground like Bodmin up to National South standard and sharing there instead. If that sort of money is too much for the individuals presiding over this farce then I don't fancy the club's chances of finishing the season.