GAME OF THE PEOPLE conducted an online survey via Twitter this past week and the results hinted that non-league fans are less than happy with club structures or the amount of transparency around finance at this level of the game. The survey attracted more than 1,300 votes, with emphasis on the subject of governance, finance, admission prices and wages. The most damning statement was concerning financial transparency, with 74% believing that non-league clubs do not do enough around this discipline. Given the extraordinary number of clubs that fall into financial crisis each year, and the fairly obvious imbalances that exist, this outcome is not too surprising. Increasingly, however, there is a trend to be more open with fans, driven by supporter groups and the…