Truro City could play their home games at Plymouth Argyle's Home Park next season.
The chairman of the current Blue Square South club, Pete Masters, insists the groundshare would be a temporary deal for no more than three years, but it would leave City supporters with a 107-mile round trip to watch their team's home matches.
After that time, the club will hope to be ready to move into a new 4,000-seater venue, which Masters wants to host Blue Square Premier football in five years.
The chairman, who, along with Philip Perryman, saved the club from liquidation late last year conceded that a move away from the club's home since the 1950s, Treyew Road, was “not ideal”.
But he insisted they had little choice, with the ground's freehold being sold before he and Perryman became involved.
Posted on 15/03/2013