Back home and in the spotlight

EVO-STIK League Scarborough Athletic chairman Trevor Bull tells the latest issue of FC Business how the EVO-STIK League's Seadogs are planning for a bright future after ending their exile.

The EVO-STIK League North club - reformed by fans in 2007 and back in the town since the summer after playing at Bridlington for the last 10 years - are the subject of a two page feature in October's issue of the football industry magazine.

Bull, pictured, took the helm at the start of 2017 following the sudden passing of former chairman and club legend Dave Holland, the driving force behind the long and ultimately successful campaign of the Seadogs to come home.

In an in-depth interview, Bull opens up to Non-League journalist and Sky Sports and TalkSport commentator Tony Incenzo on the impact of moving home, ongoing expansion plans for the Flamingo Land Stadium and their dreams of climbing back up football's ladder over the next decade.

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