Torquay chairman Clarke Osborne says he wants to be involved with the National League club until at least 2023.
Osborne, who took control of the club in December 2016, has spoken to BBC Radio Devon in his first broadcast interview since taking over. He has reaffirmed his aim to move to a new stadium and hopes appoint a local board of directors in the summer.
“I want to be involved with Torquay United for at least five years from here,” he said. “I would like to achieve a situation whereby the club is sustainable,” added Osborne, who has committed to keeping the club full-time next season even if they are relegated to the sixth tier of English football.
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