From the Frankston Standard Leader
Reported by Simon McEvoy
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FRANKSTON Football Club president John Barry says the Dolphins at a delicate stage in their existence.
Struggling on and off the field, Frankston is in need of help, Barry insists.
Bendigo Gold announced last Wednesday that it would fold at the end of the season, unable to afford to continue as costs rise to field a stand-alone club in the VFL.
Barry said Frankston, more than any other time in its history, needed support.
He said once the new function centre, construction of which begins in a few weeks, was built the club will “make good money’’.
“It’s just holding on ’till then,’’ he said.
Barry said the Dolphins needed three things.
“We need support. We’ve still got supporter base even though we are losing,’’ he said.