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Players Ask to Leave Crisis at Dorchester Town


Published at 4:05pm 2nd October 2013. (Updated at 10:52am 3rd October 2013)

Dorchester Town is struggling to afford to keep its main players.

A fall in income and fewer fans through the turnstiles has seen the club pocketing less money this season and the clubs players are all up for sale and some could jump ship by the weekend.

It's reported the team has debts of up to 150 thousand pounds.

Manager Phil Simkin said it's going be hard to field a team for their league match this Saturday.


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