Romford owner "looking for a consortium of ten business people"

By Ian Townsend

Tamplin looking for help to build a home for Romford and tackle community issues

Romford owner Glenn Tamplin has told a local paper that he has plans to put together a consortium of business leaders to help him to take the club to the next level- and to tackle homelessness and addiction whilst also providing a support network for disabled people in the area.

Speaking to the Romford Recorder, Glenn outlines his plans for the club- explaining that the funding is already in place for a new stadium. He also promises a documentary series to be shown on one of the terrestrial tv channels, and explains his ambition for the club on the pitch, explaining:

“It’s basically going to be a team that I feel will win the league the next two seasons running and I want to take us to the Football League, so if you’re a football lover come and be involved, be on the board of directors."

For Glenn, the incentive to new investors is clear:

"Let’s and galvanise the community, let’s make a difference, and if you’ve got all that money in your pockets let’s give some back and help others that are less fortunate than us.”

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