Any 'sugar daddy' could walk out, correct but what say do fans have in it anyway. If a rich businessman wants to invest in the team what the hell can the fans do about it. Cant ever see Andy Pilley letting Fleetwood down, people said it wouldn't last with fleetwood when they were in our league. They're now doing perfectly fine in league football. To many people on here and other forums talk about things that they know nothing about and a domino effect occurs.
Why do you fear for us jue?
He doesn't have to leave, just look at Gretna when Brooks Mileson passed away. It must be nice for a club to have a "sugar daddy" but there are far too many variables for it to be a safe development plan. The infrastructure of a club is what really suffers when the money disappears, the players/coaches generally move on, the background staff and services, which have grown as the club grows then struggle and ultimately pay the price as a club contracts, through no fault of their own.
These clubs should ideally consolidate a level which is suitable, maybe the likes of Crawley and Fleetwood will if the crowds remain and the "sugar daddy" investment is gradually withdrawn and replaced with something more sustainable. History is split on this though with some successes and probably an equal amount of failures. Personal opinion is that it's too risky, as others have said though there isn't a lot a club can do if the people in control have their own and do as they see fit.