Wycombe, L2, 11th, 52 points Exeter City, L2, 7th, 57 points Portsmouth, L2, 3rd, 65 points AFC Wimbledon, L1, 12th, 50 points When you consider demographic, history and potential you could only really say that Portsmouth are misplaced and not only did they have a big rebuilding job to do in every area including getting the ground safe so it could be fully opened (a big investment that initially took funds away from the team) they also look set to pass us on the way up while we are on the way down. So how will fan ownership not work for us? Why are sections of our fan base abrasive to it? How is it not a better alternative to disappearing into oblivion under a hedge fund ownership model? Surely it must now have dawned on us all that is the only possible outcome of continued hedge fund ownership? As Nick inadvertently pointed out in the is this where MR is getting investment from thread the only investment that is coming into the club is that made by the fan base so why do we need a hedge fund? Fan ownership wouldn't change the basics of the business model but it would change the approach meaning that the club would be run by people who have a vested interest in making sure that the club is run in the best interest of the club. I'm not suggesting that it will be a bed of roses and/or guarantee success and promotions, that would be naive. What I would suggest is that in the all too clear unavailable sugar daddy/massive corporation saviour we don't have it is realistically our best and only chance to save the club from oblivion.