That's exactly the problem - it's outside the clubs influence. There's no promise it will happen, and if it does Trin will truly benefit from it
I genuinely want it to come up roses but if the board don't have a contingency in place then it's tough times for Trin.
Can they hold on long enough is the question
The strategy of the new board to not spend what they haven't got is their 'contingency' plan. So rather than spend now on the promise of riches to come, they are taking a much less risky approach by ensuring the club lives within its means in the next few years.
At the open meeting the room was split about 50/50 on whether people would prefer the club to move to Newmarket or redevelop Belle Vue. A lot of people weren't bothered one way or the other. They just want a decent stadium.
What people did recognise was that Newmarket provides the club with opportunities for much increased income on non match day, which a redeveloped Belle Vue doesn't. Most people recognise that increasing revenue streams is key to the growth of a club like Wakey.